The greatest struggle in my life is the desire to not eat after 9:00 p.m. (as recommended by nutritionists, doctors, and that one ex-boyfriend who dumped me for “having the penchant to become chubby one day”) — a healthy life habit that is a complete antithesis to my other healthy life habit: smoking a j before bed, marveling at how fluffy alternative down comforters are despite not being made from real goose down, and trying to avoid the magnetic pull to graze on anything and everything inside the stainless steel best friend that lives in my kitchen. Enter my new lord and savior, Bethenny Frankel. Keep reading »
On one hand, I’m usually not into hand-wringing over whether the appearance of someone’s weight — be it heavy or thin — is a reflection of their overall health. On the other hand, I can see why people might freak out over Bethenny Frankel, former “Real Housewives” cast member, talk show host and Skinny Girl cocktail entrepreneur, posting a photo to Instagram in which she is proudly wearing her four-year-old daughter’s pajamas. Especially since they don’t fit her in the comical way you might expect when an adult human puts on clothing made for a much, much, much smaller human. The reactions ranged from amused (which is likely what Frankel intended) to horrified, which then, of course, brought out the “stop shaming naturally skinny people” defenders. To be honest, I’m more distracted by the fact that Bethenny appears to have the same size feet as little Bryn. Those Hello Kitty slippers fit just right. [Page Six]
It was nice in New York for approximately five minutes yesterday, and that must have been when Bethenny Frankel was out and about with her friend. Seriously, she caught the 20 minutes before it started getting cold again, and is immaculately turned out for a spring stroll. We’re really feeling this coral and silver/grey ensemble — especially those coated grey skinny jeans.
Find out how to get those — for cheap! — and more, after the jump!
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Over the holiday weekend, “Real Housewives of New York” star Bethenny Frankel announced that she and husband Jason Hoppy were separating. Frankel met Hoppy while filming “Housewives,” and the pair were treated to two Bravo spinoffs about their relationship: “Bethenny Getting Married” and “Bethenny Ever After,” which chronicled their wedding and marriage and the birth of their daughter Bryn.
“I am heartbroken. I am sad. We will work through this as a family,” Frankel tweeted on Sunday.
But should she have seen it coming? After all, couples that get married on TV don’t have the best track record. In fact, we’ve taken a tally, and it seems that couples that undergo televised weddings have a rather lousy rate of success. We’ve gone through and looked at some of the couples who made it down the aisle with the world watching. Take a look and tell us whether a televised wedding would work for you.