In what has to be about the worst case of poor timing we've ever seen, details and photos about the renovation of Bethenny Frankel's stunning $5 million Tribeca loft have hit the pages of Traditional Home magazine.
Yes, it's the loft she shared with soon-to-be ex-husband Jason Hoppy, and while the pad is nothing short of amazing, the magazine feature has to be pretty bittersweet for her to look at right now.
Bethenny has reportedly moved out of the loft and into another apartment on the Upper East Side, and after seeing photos of the place, I can't even imagine how hard it must have been for her to pack her things and leave. (It's pretty damn swanky, you guys.)
The 3,400-square-foot residence reeks of luxury, and while all of the rooms look like something you'd expect to see in a celebrity home, Bethenny's stunning walk-in closet is every woman's fantasy come true. Actually, you can't even call it a closet, because it's larger than most people's master bedrooms. And considering Bethenny deemed it to be her favorite room in the house, I'm guessing parting with it was not something she ever planned on doing.
But as difficult as it had to be to move out of an apartment she loved, it's probably for the best -- because staying there would've served as a constant reminder of her life with Jason, which would make moving on next to impossible. It's pretty hard to get over a divorce when every single corner of your home holds a specific memory, whether it be a good or bad one.
Of course, Jason may not be as eager for a fresh start as Bethenny. Supposedly he's hoping to keep the Tribeca pad in the divorce settlement (even though it had previously been reported that he moved out), along with gaining primary custody of their daughter, Bryn, which means things could possibly get pretty nasty between them from here on out. (So sad.)
If you were Bethenny, would you have moved out of this place? And should she agree to let Jason stay there?
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