Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 30 July 2014

Bethenny Frankel awkward on daughter’s birthday

Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny Frankel and her estranged husband Jason Hoppy reportedly silently fumed while ignoring each other at their daughter Bryn’s third birthday party.

The Skinny Girl businesswoman and Jason Hoppy are undergoing a contentious divorce.

The pair have been feuding over custody of Bryn as Bethenny has asked the court to give her 100 per cent of the parental rights.

She also recently told People magazine her marriage was a “mistake”.

Apparently Bethenny and Jason still live in the same New York City apartment together as the battle ensues.

Jason is said to be fuming over the thought of losing access to his daughter and is also upset about Bethenny voicing grievances in public.

Us Weekly reports Bryn celebrated her third birthday at New York’s Dylan’s Candy Bar earlier this month.

Sources told the magazine the pair “stood on different sides of the room the entire time”.

Eyewitnesses claim Jason hung out with his parents the entire time. Bethenny was involved with her milieu exclusively. Apparently the negative energy was palpable.

“Bryn went nuts when she saw her grandparents,” another source revealed to the publication.

A judge has ordered the feuding former couple to reach a divorce agreement that addresses custody by May 24.

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