Carole Radziwill was reunited with all of her fellow New York Housewives for the first time since crushing the New York City Marathon in Wednesday night's episode. Unfortunately, she didn't exactly get to have the victory lap she was hoping for.
Things got a bit tense among the ladies when some of the group expressed that they wished Carole had shown more gratitude for their messages of support for her marathon milestone. Carole, on the other hand, defended her replies to her friends' messages. She also said that they could have shown up to cheer her on in person, as Tinsley Mortimer did.
Carole took to Twitter to provide more commentary on Wednesday night's episode of The Real Housewives of New York City. And trust us, she didn't hold any of her true feelings back.
First off, Carole addressed Sonja Morgan's claim that she only sent her a brief "Thx" in response to her gushing, congratulatory email. "I never sent @SonjatMorgan a Thx," Carole tweeted. "She emailed me and I very graciously replied Thanks! Maybe she expected a parade?"
Carole added in another tweet that a "nice Thanks is all any of them deserved."
Carole also explained why she didn't seem so happy about all the texts she received from Bethenny Frankel on the day of the marathon. "[It's] a good idea not to ask your friend r u done? when running a marathon," she tweeted. "No one wants to read that after running for 6 hours.....just Congrats hope you are good...something just.....nice."
Carole said that she doesn't regret pulling out her phone to confirm that she did, in fact, text Bethenny back. She also now has an idea of how she really should have handled all of the ladies' comments at dinner. "Watching it back now I should have told them all to STFU," she said on Twitter.
All in all, Carole said that she wishes the RHONY crew would be more supportive of her in all aspects of her life. "No one is ever truly happy for me....snarky about my relationships, my friendships, and my accomplishments," she tweeted.
Still, no one can take the awesomeness of accomplishing this feat from Carole. "Running the New York City Marathon is such a thrill. It's such an iconic New York thing to do. So I'm glad I did it. I'm not surprised I finished because I knew I was gonna finish it if I had to crawl over that finish line," Carole recently told The Daily Dish about her experience running the race. "But it definitely took a lot of mental power, even more than physical power. It's like a mental game, the marathon. Physically, your body's just gonna move forward. If you're strong mentally, that's the difference between finishing and not finishing."
See Carole in action during the 2017 New York City Marathon, below.