Bethenny Frankel has gone above and beyond for Puerto Rico, chartering private planes to bring relief supplies to hurricane victims just weeks after undergoing two surgeries for skin cancer. Her heroic efforts haven't gone unnoticed by the other Real Housewives.
"I'm really proud of her," Ramona Singer told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. "I think it's really good; she sets an example." Ramona has chosen to both donate money (including to Bethenny's B Strong organization) and create "Turtle Time" and Xanax coffee mugs to sell to raise funds. "I think all of us have contributed in different ways and some of us are more verbal and outspoken about it and others are more out there about it, but I know the whole franchise has gotten very well involved."
"She's been inspirational," agreed Sonja Morgan.
"I've been seeing what she's doing and it's really amazing," shared Melissa Gorga. "She's, like, really out there, putting her time out there and feeling it."
While full of praise for Bethenny, they're also honest with their observations.
"She looks exhausted," admitted Dorinda Medley.
"She does," Sonja agreed.