Sonja Morgan has exited the townhouse. The Real Housewives of New York City fashionista — who's forever been associated with her garden-equipped abode — now occupies a cute, 12th-floor apartment in Columbus Circle.
Before moving in last year, Sonja shared, "I found a great apartment, it’s so my style. I have a fireplace and a little balcony." And recently, Sonja invited us in to tour her new digs.
Not only did we discover that the aforementioned balcony helps Sonja grow strawberries, basil, and mint to cook with, but in the video above, we also got to see where the actual cooking (and some major coffee-brewing!) goes down.
The first thing you should know about Sonja's kitchen is that it's pink. When introducing the space, Sonja also had plenty of adjectives to describe it. "I love my new kitchen," she said. "It's shiny and clean and petite. Manageable!"
So, what does the Sonja by Sonja Morgan founder stow in the limited space of her petite palace? First, she has plenty of tea and coffee, but she has an equally vast array of milks. "I have all my milks: Rice milk, hemp milk, almond milk," she said. "Everything I have is made from a vegetable. Sometimes I'll have a hamburger or a hot dog. But, baseline is to be healthy." (Indeed, we've followed Sonja through her vegan phases — and through the times she's eating cheese.)
Continuing on in the tour, Sonja showed off the sprouted-grain bread she eats every morning with organic peanut butter or honey. She added, "Good Belly, gotta have that, this makes you poop, keeps you regular. Good Belly's a probiotic drink. Gotta have that! I'm going to have this right after I finish with you guys."
Well, we should probably let Sonja go.
But first, a couple of other highlights. She also showed us her coconut milk, the soy creamer she can't live without, her Daily Harvest smoothies, and the acidic pantry staple that "keeps you slim."
Click play on the video above to get your grand kitchen tour, and catch new episodes of RHONY Wednesdays at 9/8 c.
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