Word on the street is Real Housewives of New York and SkinnyGirl founder Bethenny Frankel is looking for a new badass babe to join her team.
As anyone who’s seen the show knows, Bethenny is one tough cookie. Not only did she start her own (very successful) business, but she also is a fierce activist and spent a lot of time, money and resources on helping Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. No wonder she needs the extra help!
According to Page Six, duties of her new assistant include coordinating daily looks, managing her dog’s schedule, maintaining upcoming wardrobe queue, and taking pictures of her and her dog for social media.
Bethenny has confirmed that, yes, she needs a strong-ass assistant who has “thick skin.” She tweeted,
Hey @pagesix since you asked, I’m hiring additional thick skinned assistants who can handle pressure, a serious business woman & an opportunity to rival a business school education. If you know anyone, let us know. We’re expanding our team by the minute as the brand expands. ?
— Bethenny Frankel (@Bethenny) February 2, 2018
I don’t know about you, but working for Bethenny sounds like no joke. But can you imagine what a learning experience it would be?
In addition to all her other gigs, Bethenny has a new Bravo tv show with bestie Frederik Eckland (from Million Dollar Listing: New York) called Bethenny & Fredrik, which premieres tonight at 10 p.m. The show is being pitched as “Will & Grace with real estate as a backdrop.” Love it!
Bethenny told EW,
“I created the show and it’s better than I ever expected. I know that when Fredrik and I are together there’s this ridiculous dynamic; it’s just like gold. We just were peeing in our pants laughing all the time.”
She also added,
“It’s the best thing I’ve ever done. If only one person watches we don’t even care because we had so much fun. It was just a passion project, but you cannot help but smile watching these two morons interact.”
The “best thing” she’s ever done? Better than a SkinnyGirl margarita?? C’mon. That’s gonna be tough to beat.
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