A mother’s greatest concern is the safety of the children, which proves to be a challenge especially in their early years. Bethenny Frankel certainly knows this, as she had one of the biggest scares of her life when her daughter nearly steps into Manhattan traffic.
On Wednesday, March 11, Bethenny Frankel was spotted walking along a sidewalk in New York City with her hands literally full. She was just fetching up her five-year old daughter Bryn from school, so she was holding on to her little girl’s school things while keeping a grip on her hand.
But, to Frankel’s horror, little Bryn suddenly let go of her mother and took off right up to the busy street. Fortunately, a man stopped the girl right on her tracks before she could get further down the street. The grateful mother took a firmer hold on her daughter and they went straight to a waiting car.
Bryn is Frankel’s only daughter with ex-husband Jason Hoppy. The ex-couple separated in December 2012. A month later, Frankel filed for divorce. Until now, they are still settling on things before the finalization of their divorce.
In relation to Bryn’s near-accident, speculations have arisen that Hoppy may use this incident to take over Bryn’s custody. However, this has not been confirmed nor commented on by either side.
Frankel and Hoppy previously starred together in Bravo Network’s ‘Bethenny Ever After’. Frankel also used to star in the ‘Real Housewives of New York’ until its third season. Aside from this, she has also launched her own line of cocktails called ‘Skinnygirl’.
Recent reports, however, announce that Frankel will be back for the seventh season of the ‘Real Housewives of New York’. She has also written and released a children’s book, and will be releasing another, self-help book on April 7 entitled, ‘I Suck At Relationships So You Don’t Have To: 10 Rules For Not Screwing Up Your Happily Ever After’, inspired by her previous marriage.
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