05:22 PM EDT 06/24/2015
Bethenny Getting Married
Originally posted 07/22/2010 01:00AM
Though Bethenny Frankel has made her mark in the entertaining world of reality shows, her daughter will not be following in her footsteps if she has anything to do with it. In fact, she calls the idea “traumatizing.”
So what will the new mom do if Brynn, who was born in May, grows up and tells her she wants to be on a reality show?
“I will kill somebody,” Frankel said jokingly at the East Harlem Target store opening Tuesday. “Not her, but I will kill somebody.”
Frankel did say it depended what kind of reality show it was, pondering the idea of a show like Bethenny Getting Married?, where she says you’re supposed to be “really, totally honest and be yourself.” But then she quickly dismissed the idea all together, hoping that it is something she will never have to worry about.
“By the time she grows up,” said Frankel, “there won’t be even be reality shows.”
Originally posted 07/15/2010 12:00AM
Apart from the time crunch -- she had little over a month -- she fought with her wedding planner over the venue and with her groom, hubby Jason Hoppy, over the menu. But the big day finally came and went off without a hitch (despite a close call with her dress).
Originally posted 07/09/2010 01:00AM
She walked down the aisle and said, "I do," but Bethenny Frankel's wedding didn't go off without any hitches – and it almost didn't happen with her wedding planner, Shawn Rabideau.
Recalling their showdown at the hair salon, Rabideau says the reality star was like a "Dementor from Harry Potter. You know, those specters that suck the life out of you?"
All joking aside, "I felt beat down," he tells PopEater. "For a fleeting, like, half a second, I thought about saying 'forget it.' But you know what? I wasn't giving up and I knew I could do this and I was going to work my butt off and do an amazing job."
Originally posted 07/07/2010 01:00AM
Before Bethenny Frankel says "I do," she has business to attend to – and it's personal.
Nature calls as the fully-dressed (and pregnant!) bride-to-be prepares to walk down the aisle on Thursday's new Bethenny Getting Married?.
"I want to know the next rest stop," she asks her wedding planner. "I can't walk through the guests to get to the restroom and say, 'Hey everyone, just stepping to the loo.' Let me just lift my leg and then walk down the aisle."
Originally posted 07/01/2010 01:00AM
It's not really about the beef tartare.
Originally posted 06/23/2010 01:00AM
"Do you have your divorce papers?" he asks.
Her response? "Holy balls! Are you serious right now?" The bride-to-be seems didn't realize that she can't get married without a marriage license and she can't get a marriage license with out the papers.
When the subject changes to her dream location, the Four Seasons Restaurant, and whether it's been locked down, Rabideau offers to take over some of the decision-making.
Top 5 Most Voted Stories
Steve Harvey: I Was Homeless for Three Years
Jessica Simpson Shows Off 60-Lb. Weight Loss
Ohio State Marching Band Moonwalks in Michael Jackson Tribute
The Duggars Respond to Reports That Josh Duggar Was Accused of Child Molestation
Woman Runs London Marathon Without a Tampon, Bleeds Freely to Raise Awareness
Top 10 News Categories
The most buzzed about stars this minute!
Treat Yourself! 4 Preview Issues
More On PEOPLE.com
Got a News Tip?
Send it to our People.com editors!