Bethenny Frankel Reveals New $4.9 Million Home in ‘Bethenny Ever After’ Finale, Remains Mum on Divorce Report

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After a season of tearful fights over everything from the state of their marriage to what kind of tile to put up in their bathroom, Bethenny Frankel and her husband Jason Hoppy finally have their dream home. On the Monday night finale of her Bravo series, "Bethenny Ever After," the Skinnygirl mogul and Hoppy toured their newly remodeled $4.9 million home in New York City's chic Tribeca neighborhood for the first time. "We can sleep here, this is our home," Frankel excitedly told Hoppy as they walked through the front door together — and she immediately removed her shoes. The first room they then entered was their oversized living room, which is mostly white with splashes of red, her signature color. "This is sick!" Frankel exclaimed as they walked in. "Look at this room! This is like a home in the Hamptons ... in Manhattan."

The couple then checked out the rest of the four-bedroom pad, which is located in the same building that is also home to Jay-Z and Beyonce (and is where they tied the knot in 2008). In their dining room, Frankel, 41, showed off a Skinnygirl bar stocked with bottles of her company's bestselling sangria, margaritas, and wine products. "Is this f-ing genius?" she asked her husband, who responded jokingly, "I just want the bartender's number." One of the bedrooms was converted into a home office for Frankel and her employees, which includes Hoppy. Like the living room, the office is mostly white with red, including letters that spell out "YES." There's even a man cave for Frankel's husband, complete with a wall-mounted flat-screen TV, comfy couch, and elliptical machine. As for their 2-year-old daughter Bryn , her new bedroom is a little girl's dream with pink wallpaper and bedding.

After touring their newly renovated gourmet kitchen and master bathroom, Frankel and Hoppy checked out their own bedroom and got emotional when they saw their wedding album had been put on display. Over the course of the season of "Bethenny Ever After," the two fought constantly and even went on a sailing trip with her therapist to work on their many problems. As the two sat down with the book, Hoppy asked, "Remember that? We gotta get more like that," he said while pointing to their happy faces on the cover. "See their smiles? It's been a tough year." Frankel then kissed her husband as she fought back tears.

Last week, after a report came out that Frankel and Hoppy were heading towards a divorce and had already met with lawyers, the former "Real Housewives of New York" star only responded that fans would have to turn into the June 11 premiere of her new daytime talk show, "Bethenny," which will air on Fox, to hear her side of the story. "We're going to talk about everything on my show!" she tweeted to a fan who asked if the split rumors were true.

Will you tune into her show to hear the truth?

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