'The Real Housewives of New York City' Roundup: Wedding Bells, New Single, and New Love
'The Real Housewives of New York City' Roundup: Wedding Bells, New Single, and New Love
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
The Real Housewives of New York City has been treating fans with colossal doses of drama each week and not surprisingly, things are starting to get more interesting off-screen as well. This week, one cast member tied the knot while we learned why money can't buy class or a music career.


The wedding: After breaking her silence and counting down the days to her big day, Bethenny Frankel, who is seven months pregnant, finally tied the knot with boyfriend Jason Hoppy in New York City today. See who's invited here.

The details: According to Hollywood Life, Frankel made her grand entrance at the Four Seasons restaurant around 5pm though the actual wedding kicked off around 7pm. Co-star Ramona Singer, who wore a long, elegant gown designed by Kimberly Towers, dished that the role of the ring bearer was played by Frankel's 8-year-old dog Cookie while a restaurant employee revealed that the wedding lasted an hour long, followed by the reception, which is expected to last between midnight and 1am.

Meanwhile, Countess Luann de Lesseps, who by the way wasn't in attendance at Frankel's wedding, is moving on to the arms of new love, French wine distributor, Jacques Azoulay. "He likes to read poetry, and he plays the piano! He's just so wonderful. I'm definitely happy and having a great time. I can't even believe it!" the Countess, whose divorce had been finalized in the most recent episode of The Real Housewives of New York City, told to In Touch.

But the Countess is also keeping herself busy these days with her first single,  "Money Can't Buy You Class," which Real Housewives of New York City fans may have heard in a preview clip. "My book [Class with the Countess] is about my journey in life and how I learned to be elegant. I translated that into song, so I talk about how money can't buy you class, but elegance can be learned," de Lesseps tells People.  The song will make its debut on an upcoming episode of The Real Housewives of New York City this season.

(Image courtesy of Bravo)


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