Bethenny Frankel poses in a red bikini for inspirational article saying she starts 2022 ‘strong’ with daughter Bryn… after settling ugly custody battle
Bethenny Frankel starts the New Year off on the right foot.
The 51-year-old TV personality posted an adorable snap with her 11-year-old daughter Bryn to her 2.5 million Instagram followers as she revealed her plans to start 2022 “strong.”
“Peanut and I are starting strong in 2022. Being a mom has changed my perspective immensely,” began the Big Shot star.
Start strong: The 51-year-old TV personality posted to her 2.5 million Instagram followers a photo of herself lying in a red bikini with her daughter, Bryn
“I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions, but I do believe in daily and weekly resolutions: to be a better person, a parent, a philanthropist and a partner. I seek peace and balance in all areas of my life. ‘
Bethenny ended her Instagram caption by saying, “We sure won’t achieve perfection, but the journey trumps the destination.”
She mentioned that she is constantly growing and evolving with the people around her.
Flashing smiles: Bethenny ended her Instagram caption by saying “we sure won’t achieve perfection but the journey trumps the destination
Last year it was revealed that Bethenny no longer had to pay her ex-husband, Jason Hoppy, child support after agreeing to withdraw from the “toxic environment” of their battle for death. keep.
The decision was made by a family judge in an emotional distance hearing on December 8, PageSix reported at the time.
It was revealed during the video call that in part because of her parents’ nasty divorce battle, Bethenny’s daughter Bryn suffered from “anxiety, hyperventilation and hives” and often refused. to see his father.
In their pending divorce case, which has dragged on for almost nine years, there was a 50/50 child custody agreement in place which meant Bethenny had to pay Jason child support.
Christmas time: The mother-daughter duo spent the holidays together, all in disguise with their two dogs waiting for Santa Claus
Custody battle: Bethenny no longer has to pay ex-husband Jason Hoppy child support after agreeing to step out of the “toxic environment” of their custody battle
However, it turns out that Bethenny’s daughter Bryn doesn’t always like spending time with her father, and attorney Mayefsky has asked the judge to change the custody schedule to reflect this.
Hoppy, 51, reportedly attended the hearing without a lawyer and read a statement in which he said he would not challenge Frankel’s claims about it.
He explained that he was withdrawing from the custody fight “for Bryn and my physical, emotional and mental health”.
“I will not spend the rest of Bryn’s childhood fighting because we share joint physical custody,” he reportedly said in his statement. “Bryn knows I love her, I want her and I’ll always be available for our time together.”
The mother-daughter duo: However, it turns out Bethenny’s daughter Bryn doesn’t always like spending time with her father, and lawyer Mayefsky has asked the judge to change the custody schedule to reflect this .