Bethenny Frankel looks patriotic in American flag cardigan as she celebrates Labor Day weekend with daughter Bryn and fiancé Paul Bernon
Bethenny Frankel gave her 3.3 million followers a look into her Labor Day weekend experience by sharing a photoset on her Instagram account on Monday.
In the snaps, the 52-year-old reality television personality donned several different outfits while spending time by the ocean, including a patriotic cardigan styled after an American flag.
Bethenny, who recently spoke about her strained relationship with Bravo executives, was also joined by her daughter Bryn and fiancé, Paul Bernon while posing for the snaps.
In one of her first photos, Frankel showed off her playful cardigan on top of a white button-up shirt and a cropped denim skirt while preparing to enter a vintage Ford Bronco.
The former Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills cast member also donned a white wide-brimmed hat and leather boots.
The reality television mainstay also showed her patriotic side while wearing a maxi skirt that featured the flag’s design in another snap.
The entrepreneur eventually changed into a floral-printed dress while enjoying a seaside lunch.
She was seen while wearing a low-cut red dress underneath a navy blue button-up shirt during a trip to the beach.
Frankel also donned a flowing long-sleeve dress as she embarked on a boating trip.
The Bravo star included a snap that showed her sitting next to Bryn, 13, as they prepared to watch a gorgeous sunset.
The Skinnygirl founder subsequently posed for a selfie with Bernon after they made it back to dry land.
She accessorized with various pieces of jewelry and pairs of sunglasses while spending time in front of the camera.
Her gorgeous dark brunette hair contrasted perfectly with the bright tones of her clothing.
Frankel’s posts were shared not long after she publicly called for a reality star union to be formed.
The entrepreneur made her comments in light of the ongoing SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes, which kicked off earlier this year
The Bravo star spoke about her desire to form a union during a wide-ranging interview with Variety, where she stated that ‘networks and streamers have been exploiting people for too long.’
She added that ‘just because you can exploit young, doe-eyed talent desperate for the platform TV gives them, it doesn’t mean you should.’