Bethenny Frankel She put on a brave face while promoting her Forever Young Wine just days after the tragic death of her interior designer.
On Wednesday, the Real Housewives Of New York alum posted a photo of herself wearing a monochromatic look with a yellow coat over a matching mini dress that hugged her petite curves.
The pretty number, which had four buttons along the chest area, hugged her figure enough to show off her cleavage along with her legs.
As the sun shone on the reality TV star and entrepreneur, she carried a large bag that was a perfect fit for her ensemble, all while her dark locks were styled long with extra doses of volume, curls, and soft waves.
The new promotion comes amid the tragic news that Frankel’s interior designer was found dead in her luxury New York City apartment about a week after she was last seen alive.
After making her way to what appeared to be an interview with CNN, Frankel took off her jacket and struck a pose next to a bottle of Forever Young Wine.
“I loved this monochromatic look from last week on the town. Can’t wait to show you who I sat with…dropping on Friday,” she wrote in the caption.
‘note. “Always keep @foreveryoungwine on hand and now looks like you need to stock up on CNN cupcakes…” she wrote in reference to the cupcakes she ate in the dressing room before her interview.
It ended with some shoutouts: “Glam: @jasenkaplan + @vocitastyle #monochromatic #outfitoftheday #bakedgoods #nyc #foreveryoungwine #foreveryoungrosé”
Her Instagram posts included a close-up of her purse and a bottle of rosé from Forever Young Wine.
At the conclusion of the promotion, Frankel was once again dazzled by the cakes that were served during her visit to CNN last week.
“Wow, CNN cakes,” she added in a video clip, as she sat in a chair getting her hair done and styled. “They should do a line, CNN Brownies.”
Forever Young Wine is the brainchild of Frankel and Valérie Roussel. The duo has come together with a vision to produce a wine that embodies their outlook on life – quality, beauty, prestige and fun. The company’s website.
The grapes used in their product come from the “Château Roubine estate” in Lorgues, France which Rousselle acquired in 1994 and which is located in the heart of the Var region between the Verdon and the Mediterranean.
Tragically, Frankel interior designer was found dead in her Carnegie Hill home near East 94th Street and Madison Avenue Sunday night.
The body of Brooke Gomez, 49, was described as being in an advanced state of decomposition due to the time that had passed until it was found.
Sources told Dailymail.com that a friend asked the building supervisor to inspect her $1.3 million apartment.
At this point, Gomez’s death is not considered suspicious by the New York City Police Department.
Frankel has not commented publicly on the tragic death of her designer, which is currently being investigated by the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office.
Besides Frankel, Gomez’s celebrity clients as an interior designer also include completing projects for Michael J. Fox and Sigourney Weaver, according to her company’s website.
Her last Instagram post, on October 23, was of a mural on the side of a building that included a poignant quote that read: “There is a future version of you who is too proud to give up.”
Frankel has had her fair share of success as a businesswoman and entrepreneur, which includes introducing the SkinnyGirl brand when she released a few books starting in 2009.
Naturally Thin: Unleash Your Skinny Girl And Free Yourself From A Lifetime Dieting, Drop First Then Follow The Skinny Girl Plate: Easy Recipes For Your Naturally Thin Life
Less than two years later, Frankl published The Yes Place: 10 Rules for Getting Everything You Want from Life (2011) and Skinny Dipping (2012).
But her big money idea came in the form of a pre-packaged margarita line, named Skinnygirl Margarita, which led her to launch the Skinnygirl company and the cocktail line Skinnygirl Cocktails.
A number of other products have been added to the Skinnygirl brand, such as candy, deli meats, salad dressings, jeans and clothing.
She eventually earned her big payday when she sold the cocktail line to Beam Global for about $100 million, while retaining the rights to the Skinnygirl name, according to .
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