Carole Radziwill is ready to tell her story... again. The Real Housewives of New York City alum confirmed she's working on a follow-up release to her 2005 New York Times bestselling-memoir, What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship, and Love. She shared the news to The Daily Mail, along with her essay remembering her mother-in-law, Lee Radziwill, who passed away on February 15 at age 85.
The book will reportedly pick up where What Remains "left off through Real Housewives of New York City and today." On Instagram Stories, Carole added this little tidbit about her upcoming work: "I wrote a piece about my mother-in-law that will be part of a book someday, but wanted to share a small piece of it."
The memoir would mark Carole's third release; she also penned the 2015 novel, The Widow's Guide to Sex and Dating: A Novel.
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In 2018, Carole exited RHONY following Season 10. Last September, she confirmed she was "thrilled" to begin her next chapter, joining Verve to work on several upcoming projects in development in the scripted, unscripted, digital and publishing spaces across multiple platforms.
Carole also spoke at the University of Rhode Island Harrington School of Communication & Media late last year and reflected on her award-winning career as a journalist at ABC News — as well as her life as a Real Housewife.
More on that era of her life, below.