Bethenny Frankel: This ‘Might Be The End’ Of My Time As A ‘Real Housewife’
First Published: June 3, 2010 6:39 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Bethenny Frankel thinks the end of “The Real Housewives of New York City” party is near. The new mom and wife told Access Hollywood that she’s considering leaving her hit Bravo series.
“I tend to think it might be the end,” Bethenny recently told Access’ Billy Bush when asked about her rollercoaster “Housewives” season, which airs its season finale on Thursday.
“The only thing that would sway me would probably be money but it’s not like… we don’t make tremendous amounts of money,” she said. “I just feel like it might be the end of the party and I don’t like to be at a party too long. Money wouldn’t be able to make up for a mistake like staying on a show too long. That wouldn’t be good. And I don’t know if it would be smart to stay on. And I don’t know if I want to stay on.”
The 38-year-old new mom, who gave birth to daughter Bryn last month, said the just-taped reunion show was full of drama, but she now feels like she has different priorities.
“There were crazy outbursts. It was a great, great reunion,” she explained. “[But,] I wanted to get home to the baby. And I just had given birth two weeks ago and I just felt like I was in a really different place. And a lot of this didn’t feel all that important to me at that point.”
The reality star – whose new Bravo show, “Bethenny Getting Married?,” debuts on June 10 – said this wouldn’t be the last baby she has with husband Jason Hoppy.
“I’ll probably have two, probably,” she told Billy. “There’s probably, I would say, a 73 percent chance I’ll have another baby and it will be with in the next two years.”
See more of Billy’s interview with Bethenny, HERE!
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