Now that Carole Radziwill and boyfriend Adam Kenworthy are "shacking up," their romance is taking some interesting turns. And it looks like the duo are mulling over some of their options. Do they want to marry? Live apart? Keep things just as they are? Well, Carole dished all about just that to Bethenny Frankel on Wednesday's The Real Housewives of New York City. We're breaking down some of the buzziest moments in The Daily Dish Morning After.
1. The Real Housewives of New York City
Well, it turns out that since living together Carole and Adam are feeling like things are a little too close for comfort, and he's looking for another apartment. We do know this is for sure: "There is something about a two-year thing. Like the first year, it's great and then you settle in and it's two years and then you've got to do something like to jack it up. But I don't want to be married. I don't want that and he doesn't either. So, we're just like, 'What are we doing?'"
2. Don't Save the Date
If Ramona Singer wanted an invite to Luann D'Agostino's wedding just to turn it down, then some in the group are confused by that concept. Especially Bethenny. "This is so strange and desperate: playing mind games with someone's wedding," the Skinnygirl mogul said. "It's very manipulative."
3. Andy Cohen's Then and Now
On the latest edition, which took us back to 2003, Casey Wilson revealed who she thinks in the Housewives universe really rocked the Juicy Couture track suit. Hint: She's from the O.C. and hearts fitness.
4. Signature Look
Speaking of track suits, Andy Cohen LOVES them. LOVES.
5. Kicking Off the Revolution
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy was revolutionary for a lot of reasons, and Andy is quick to point out we have the series to thank for metrosexuals. Thanks, Fab Five for helping to groom and manscape the helpless men of America!
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