Bethenny Frankel is now addressing her engagement to Paul Bernon. The star’s engagement was confirmed in March of 2021, and many fans have wondered – 22 months later – if the couple will ever tie the knot.
The star, who departed from the Real Housewives of New York in 2019, also gave viewers a glimpse into her Christmas traditions with her daughter Bryn.
On a December 7 interview for Watch What Happens Live, Bethenny gave a surprising statement on her engagement with Paul.
“I don’t know when we’ll get married,” said the 52-year-old, via BravoTV.com. “I’m happily in a partnership, and I love him so much, but I don’t want to plan a wedding.”
The star revealed in a recent Instagram post that she, Paul, and Bryn had a staycation in their “happy place” – the Hamptons.
“Off-season is when it’s the most special,” wrote Bethenny, and included the hashtags “family time” and “home sweet home.”
“As great as travel is,” continued the star, “being home with loved ones is the best journey of all…”
Bethenny captured images of the Montauk Point Lighthouse, and her daughter on the beach, bundled up in a warm coat. Her fiancé was also included in an image by a fire pit.
In Bethenny’s Instagram Stories, the alum posted photos of golden hour sunlight, as well as the “beautiful… tip of Long Island,” via BravoTV.com. The family also enjoyed a sunset drive while listening to Meghan Trainor’s new song, “Made You Look.”
Earlier in the week, Bethenny told her Instagram fans about the “mommy and me holiday weekend,” and referred to Bryn as her “greatest gift of all.” She then shared her “holiday traditions” – buying ornaments that represent the family members, skating on the ice, Christmas shopping, and enjoying the food at Bridgehampton Candy Kitchen.
Back in NYC, they also have a tradition: “Every year we go to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular,” wrote Bethenny on a December 23 post. “We all get tired during this time of year, but I really try to celebrate and keep up with these experiences. The meaningful memories with our loved ones last forever, whether at home in our PJs making cookies or whether we are hanging with the Rockettes. Make it meaningful wherever you are!”
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