Bethenny Frankel can finally be divorced from her ex-husband. Almost after Nine years, they quit; the Real Housewives of New York City star is legally separated from Jason Hoppy and rocking a massive and sparkly diamond ring.
A judge formally approved the former couple’s judgment of separation on 20th January. What’s more, since she can legitimately move on, the other rumor sparked that 50-year-old businesswoman locked into a new relationship with her latest boyfriend, Paul Bernon.
Bethenny has a 10-year-old daughter Bryn with her ex-husband Jason, who was snapped with Frankel on the Florida beach this weekend and wearing a precious diamond on her engagement finger.
She does not publicly disclose the assumptions, and her representative refused to comment on the status of Bethenny’s engagement. Bethenny and Paul, a filmmaker, first reveal their relationship two years ago. The couple made their love official via Instagram by holidaying in the Dominican Republic in December 2018.
Nonetheless, instead of the romance, Bethenny revealed that she had formally wedded to Jason. Although she and Jason separated in December 2012 and Bethenny filed documents to end their marriage in early 2013, the two recently reached a settlement over their divorce after a long battle.
In 2016, the news publicized that both had almost reached a divorce agreement. Though nothing official had ever been done as a court order for Bethenny’s protection against Jason fought for their custody contracts.
Bethenny and Paul carried on their relationship until October 2020, after a report spread that they ended it. But from January 2021, the couple again united.
Before Ex-‘RHONY‘ Star- Bethenny Frankel fell in love with Paul, she dated Dennis Shield, who died in 2018 after an overdose. She started dating Paul after two months of Dennis’s death.
Recently, she is on an excursion with her latest boyfriend, Paul Bernon, and her daughter Bryn. She was spotted wearing a green one-piece swimsuit with a white hat and gold watch. But her ring was the most striking thing to notice.