Since its premiere in 2008, The Real Housewives of New York City has been giving viewers a look at the glamorous life of a Manhattan socialite.
From weekends in the Hamptons to front row at fashion shows, the ladies of the Bravo franchise know how to have a good time in the city that never sleeps.
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Season 9 will not be any different if the trailer is any indication. From Bethenny Frankel and Sonja Morgan making up (and making out) to Jill Zarin making a mini-comeback, the Big Apple crew is guaranteed to bring in the ratings.
Fans can also expect a new "housewife" — socialite Tinsley Mortimer!
"I invited her to live with me... she's an old friend. She's great," Sonja told Life & Style exclusively at the premiere party at Attic Rooftop in NYC. "I'm 10 years older than her so we have this sister-like relationship like I do with Ramona [Singer]. We have a trust-level, so we give s--t to each other all day long."
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While most of the women are not housewives, the title is not necessary when you're building a cocktail empire (we're looking at you Bethenny) — or just enjoying a glass of Pinot Grigio a la Ramona.
Plus, with a countess and a princess in the cast, they can soon change the name to the Royal Housewives of New York City!
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The New York native launched her Skinny Girl empire while starring on the Bravo reality series. Bethenny originally left the show after three seasons, but she returned in Season 7.
Though the mother-of-one is not technically a housewife, she does keep it real.