Carole Radziwill is as busy as ever in her life and career after The Real Housewives of New York City — and that includes projects on the small screen and elsewhere. In an interview with WWD, the RHONY alum confirmed that she's currently working on a scripted TV comedy that seems to perhaps be influenced by her time as a Real Housewife.
The project would revolve around a one-time reality star who is the president of a co-op board in the West Village. Hmmm... interesting...
The publication also notes that she's considering moving into the true crime space and developing a project in that genre. As previously announced, she's also working on her third book. And, yes, there's more: She's even making time as an advice columnist for the website Violet Grey because, according to her, “I give a lot of advice. It’s a fundamental flaw in my personality that I don’t like to take advice."
As a best-selling author and award-winning journalist, it's hardly surprising that Carole wants to do it all.
Still, in the year since she confirmed her exit from RHONY, the experience has stuck with her. “It was a pretty interesting, weird, fun kind of thing to do," she told WWD. She also noted in the interview, “It’s one of those careers that’s like a merry-go-round. Once you get on, it’s hard to jump off. It helped to sell a lot of books and I was building this audience for my future work.”
Well, we know there's at least one RHONY pal who's excited by what's next for Carole.
And, below, the RHONY ladies reveal if they keep in touch with the former 'Wife.