Bethenny Frankel is showing off her sense of humor. The Bravo star, who did not attend this year’s high-profile MET gala in New York City, nonetheless marked the occasion on Instagram, throwing in some humor and some food as she went full meatball.
Frankel, 50, uploaded snaps of her dinner action as Hollywood’s elite made Monday night headlines for gracing the MET, with the snaps quickly attracting a like from “Live! host Kelly Ripa.
Bethenny Frankel Goes Full Meatball
Scroll for the photos. The Skinnygirl drinks creator, who has made headlines this year as fans fear for her weight, confirmed she absolutely does eat, and not just rabbit food. The former “RHONYC” star opened with a smiling and indoor snap of herself holding up a giant plate of stewy meatballs, also wearing a frilly and multicolor dress with a high-neck collar and long sleeves. The brunette, holding up a meatball with a fork, then shared a selfie proving it was ladies’ night, with the caption reading:
“I’ve arrived at the #meatball #meatball2021 #foodisfashion.” The post gained over 11,000 likes, with fans loving the humor. Frankel has offered plenty of that of late, with a post three days ago showing her sunbathing in mismatched underwear as she wrote: “When you arrive at the beach and realize your underwear can function as a bikini.”
Says Her Food Has ‘No Consistency’
“What I eat has no consistency. Today, it was an egg white vegetable omelet with a baked potato and a few french fries for lunch. Sometimes, it’s arugula with tomato, avocado, and Parmesan. Pureed soups are a mainstay for me.”
Bethenny was also quick to shade diet trends and fads, continuing:
“I’m old enough to know that fat-free was a craze, low-carb, eat your weight in meat and cheese was a phase, keto is a fad, the Zone was a moment, and so on …. so yes, I eat carbs. I eat everything, but I don’t binge.”
The star even offered an insight into what she keeps her kitchen stocked with, offering up a list that included her best-selling Skinnygirl products, plus healthy fats, carbs and frozen treats. Included were dairy-free ice-cream, baby tomatoes, angel hair pasta and Skinnygirl dressing, plus cauliflower gnocchi and avocado. Frankel also listed cauliflower pizza crust.