PHOTOS: Bethenny Frankel Reunites With Ex-Boyfriend Paul Bernon, See the Couple Together With RHONY Alum’s Daughter Bryn Months After Split
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Months after the former Real Housewives of New York City cast member confirmed their split on The Ellen Degeneres Show, the two of them reunited at Romero Britto’s art studio in Miami, where Bethenny’s daughter, Bryn, channeled her creative side.
In a video shared to Romero’s Instagram account, the artist was seen helping Bryn with a koala painting as Bethenny, 50, and Paul sat in front of her, on the other side of a white desk.
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In Romero’s video, Bethenny was holding onto Paul’s arm as she sat on his lap and watched her daughter paint.
During the outing, Bethenny and Paul wore similar masks.
The artist also shared an image of Bethenny and Paul on his Instagram Stories that featured Bethenny sitting down as Paul stood beside her and held her hand.
In October, after it was reported that her two-year relationship with Paul had come to an end, Bethenny told Ellen Degeneres that nothing major had happened between them.
“You know, not everything works out,” she said of their split. “We’ve had a great, great relationship and I’m really happy. Not everything has to end badly. Some things just don’t continue and it’s not negative. It’s just life.”
Just weeks before the breakup was announced, Bethenny had spoken highly of her then-partner during an appearance on the Carlos Watson Show, saying that while relationships are “harder” for her due to her upbringing, she enjoyed her dynamic with Paul.
“[It’s] that type of different thinking that I have that I do like and it takes you on some other journey,” she said. “I’ll say some amazing idea to Paul, it’s like a great idea, and then he’ll just take it in a different direction because he’s a producer, and I like that.”
Bethenny announced she was leaving the Real Housewives of New York City cast in August 2019 after appearing on eight of the series’ seasons.
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