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Bethenny Frankel Has the Spookiest Decor at Her Hamptons Home for Halloween 2020

The Real Housewives of New York City alum shared a look at the creepy new additions in her Hamptons abode. 

By Abby Feiner
Bethenny Frankel Halloween Decor

Last year, Bethenny Frankel went all out as she decorated her Hamptons home with festive Halloween décor. Now, it seems The Real Housewives of New York City alum is looking to outdo herself. 

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In an Instagram Story video Bethenny shared on September 27, her 10-year-old daughter, Bryn, picked up a toy rotary phone that was ringing. As Bryn put the phone to hear ear, a spooky voice blared through the room, saying, "Look behind you."

As the mother-daughter duo proceeded to have a dance party in their kitchen and dining room, Bethenny showed off some more Halloween décor, including the silver and magenta bedazzled skulls she had on display last year, decorative pumpkins topping her table, and a massive inflatable jack-o-lantern in what appears to be her backyard. It seems even her dogs, Biggy and Smallz, are getting in to the spirit. In one snap, Bethenny showed one of the pooches lying down while wearing a blue and gold masquerade mask. 

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Bethenny isn't the only one getting a head start on decorating for Halloween. Dorinda Medley recently gave a sneak peek at the spooky décor at her Blue Stone Manor, captioning an Instagram video of a black Headless Horseman figure, a glowing candle placed on her kitchen island, and two bowls filled with candy corn and candy pumpkins, "So it begins!" In addition to adding a GIF and music to the clip, Dorinda also tagged Bethenny. 

Clearly, the friends and former castmates take Halloween seriously. Last year, Dorinda declared, "Decorating for Halloween is a tradition, a sport and my favorite game," before adding: "The secret is to go with the flow and be creative. Blood, smokes and skeletons EVERYWHERE!"

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