RHONY: Dorinda Medley is moving, but what’s next for her?

Dorinda Medley (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)
Dorinda Medley (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images) /

RHONY’s Dorinda Medley is packing up her Sutton Place apartment and heading to her next home, but where will the Blue Stone Manor maven move next?

Now that Dorinda Medley is no longer appearing on The Real Housewives of New York, it seems her days in the Sutton Place apartment are numbered according to Bravo.  Back in August when the news broke that she had been fired from the show, Page Six reported that Dorinda signed a contract to live in the three-bedroom place in the Oriana building rent-free in exchange for promotion.

Jennifer Gould of The New York Post reported that similar apartments were running anywhere from $9,550 and $10,240 a month during that time.  However, the time has come for Dorinda to pack up her swanky belongings and head elsewhere since she will no longer be promoting the space on the show.  A group from Simply Moving was seen on her Instagram stories helping pack up and move boxes around.

Where to, ma’am?

Dorinda commented last season that she was fixing up and renting out the place she used to share with her daughter, so where is she headed next?  Of course, October is the perfect time to head out to the Berkshires to the Blue Stone Manor.

This isn’t exactly a new thing, either.  Many people have packed up their small apartments in Manhatten and headed out into bigger spaces.  Another RHONY alum, Heather Thompson, recently moved from the city proper out to the Berkshires just to have some more space. Dorinda has plenty of options ahead of her, but it is still sad to see her packing up the place she spent so long furnishing.

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We will certainly miss seeing her spooky Halloween decorations on The Real Housewives of New York, but hopefully, she will preview them on her social media pages.  We need this spooky stuff in our lives!

The Real Housewives of New York City will be back on Bravo for reruns!