Bethenny Frankel & Bryn: Bundled In The Big Apple

Bethenny Frankel Spends Time With Her Daughter Bryn

The Real Housewives of New York City alum Bethenny Frankel was photographed with her 2-year-old daughter Bryn in New York City on Thursday (January 24). Bundled up in the cold weather, the ‘Skinnygirl’ millionaire pushed her daughter in the stroller as they headed to the Children’s Museum of the Arts.

The following day, Bethenny’s estranged husband, pharmaceutical executive Jason Hoppy, was seen with their daughter in chilly NYC.

On Thursday, it was reported that Hoppy filed his own divorce papers after his reality star wife, whom he wed in spring 2010, filed three weeks earlier.

In the documents, Hoppy, 41, is asking for primary custody of their daughter, child support, and medical and dental expenses. Additionally, he is seeking “exclusive use and occupancy” of their $5 million Tribeca home.

The talk show host, 42, is seeking the same things from her ex.

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Filed under: Bethenny Frankel,Bryn Hoppy,Jason Hoppy

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  1. Teresa H.

    Where are the baby’s mittens?

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  2. Holly

    Unless she’s a bad mother, a father should never get primary custody. She carried that baby in her body. That’s HER baby. Men have no idea. Children need their mothers.

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    • Cous

      Children need people who will love them and take care of them. Ideally that duty would fall to both parents. I’ve never understood one parent getting primary custody over the other unless there are serious issues. You made the child together, if you love that child, share.

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    • A. Smyth

      Children need stable parents. Bethenny is insane, so stability is not her strong point. The child should go to Jason to save poor Bryn having to deal with a crazy, fame-hungry mother for most of her time.

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