Former 'Real Housewives of New York City' star Carole Radziwill has managed to stay off of the camera since her fallout with former best friend Bethenny Frankel. Now that Bethenny won't be returning, will Carole feel compelled to rejoin the show?
Bethenny and Carole's friendship fell apart after Bethenny accused Carole of being "cold" and ignoring her. According to Refinery29, Carole was away for the holidays helping her friend whose husband recently passed away. Carole, also being a widow, was able to provide great comfort for her friend.
Despite being able to avoid her former friend Bethenny, Carole has made it clear that she will not return to 'RHONY.'
“No, I would not return,” Carole confirmed to HollywoodLife. There are women on the show that I still have a genuine connection with, who I respect, and admire, but I would not go back on the show,” she said, explaining, “It’s not something that I would ever consider doing again, because it just feels like there’s really not more to explore there for me.”
Carole is currently busy crafting her own TV shows. She is working on developing her novel "Widows Guide to Sex & Dating" into a scripted series.
“I’m open to doing scripted television shows based on my experiences,” she said noting that she would still like to be apart of the entertainment industry. “So, that’s sort of more my interest, and other projects that are not reality projects, or scripted television projects. I think that’s the direction in which my life is taking me."
"And you know what they say in Hollywood, 'ride the horse in the direction it’s going,' and the horse is definitely not going towards the reality show,” Carole added humorously.
She is currently busy creating and expanding her writing career. She is writing her third book in addition to new series.
"I’m working on my third book, and I’m working on two TV shows, writing two TV shows,” Carole explained.
Carole is also involving herself in collaboration with and supporting big female founded companies.
“I’ve developed collaborations with a few female-driven companies doing collaborations with them, and I’m loving it,” she said. “It’s fun to work with young women who are just starting out, who are building companies, who are passionate about what they do, whether it’s rompers or pillows.”
One of those companies includes Smash + Tess the likes of which Hilary Duff, Jessica Alba and Jenna Dewan have been involved with. Looks like "writer girl" is going to stay behind the camera from now on.