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Bethenny Frankel Has an "Iconic" Piece of RHONY History at Her Hamptons House
The Real Housewives of New York City alum held onto an "unbelievable" relic that is now one of her most treasured possessions.
When Bethenny Frankel appeared on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on September 24, she showed off a special piece of Real Housewives of New York City paraphernalia that's in her Hamptons home.
"Oh, yes!" Andy exclaimed, as Bethenny pulled out a piece of artwork that featured an Andy Warhol-style portrait of the cast of RHONY Season 2. "Bravo gifted that to you after Season 2, right?"
"I love it!" Bethenny said. "Everybody looks great, but I just — I love it. It's iconic. This is like, full nostalgia. I mean, there's nowhere to hang it, obviously, but it's unbelievable. I love it so much. It brings me great joy."
And then, she pointed to the bottom row of the painting, which featured her technicolor portrait ... right next to Kelly Bensimon's. Referring to an immortal moment in RHONY history, Bethenny quipped: "You know what? And I'm down here. We're both down here."
"I remember when we sent you that, you were like, what am I gonna do with this?" Andy recalled. "Now you want it. Oh good, I love it." Want it, indeed.
"Well, if this house God forbid was on fire, I think it'd be one of the things I'd grab," Bethenny confessed. "I don't know why, but it's iconic." See more from Bethenny's WWHL appearance in the clip above.
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