RHONY alum Bethenny Frankel, 49, flaunts ‘real’ bikini body as fans ask star ‘where is your belly fat’

REAL Housewives of New York alum Bethenny Frankel stripped down to a bikini, on Tuesday.

The 49-year-old showcased her flat stomach, to impressed and stunned fans, who wanted to know "where's your belly fat?"

The Skinny Girl cocktails founder took the plunge in a low cut tie-dye two-piece, which flaunted her figure.

She clearly hadn't touched up or photoshopped the image, which earned her praise from her followers.

The mother-of-one shaded her face with a large hat and giant sunglasses, as she enjoyed the sunny weather.

Bethenny captioned: "Live Tye Die like it’s your last day…"(sic). 

Bethenny – who has been dating Boston-based businessman Paul Bernon since 2018 – says her philosophy on eating and exercise is "to do what you can when you can."

She explained: "I choose time with my daughter & sleep first. If I’m near a beach, I take an hour walk. If I have the time, I’ll do a yoga dvd.

"I don't believe in fear based, torturous, aggressive exercise. Life is too short and stressful to dread doing something for an hour. In addition, extreme exercise creates extreme hunger."

Bethenny recently reunited with Andy Cohen in the Hamptons after a year-long feud.

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Credit: Instagram

The Watch What Happens Live host took to Instagram to share a photo of the two smiling while lounging and social distancing.

Andy captioned it: “This #RHONY Reunion was short on drama, but lots of laughs.”

The two friends being together is a welcoming sight, especially since Andy and Bethenny had been feuding for quite some time.

It all kicked off when the RHONY alum walked away from the popular Bravo reality show ahead of filming season 12 in 2019.

She later said that the show just didn’t inspire viewers anymore.

Bethenny explained to Extra: “The ratings overall in television have never been higher and perhaps the ratings on Real Housewives aren’t doing well because it’s sort of not maybe the content that is inspiring people to do what they need to do right now.

“Or maybe they want to watch the news or something uplifting or some way to pay it forward.”

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