‘RHONY’ star Ramona Singer took to social media to apologize about some harsh phrases she mentioned about Bethenny Frankel’s late fiance, Dennis Shields, within the Mar. 20 episode of the truth present.
It appears just like the Mar. 20 episode of Actual Housewives of New York has a cringeworthy second for solid member Ramona Singer, 62. The fact star took to each Twitter and Instagram to problem an apology after saying some fairly harsh phrases about co-star Bethenny Frankel‘s on-again, off-again boyfriend, Dennis Shields, who died on the age of 51 of an obvious prescription drug overdose in Aug. 2018, on the brand new episode.
“I cringed after I noticed what I mentioned about Dennis in tonight’s episode. It positively wasn’t one in every of my finer moments. I revered and appreciated him very a lot and I sincerely apologize to his household and Bethenny for my inconsiderate feedback,” Ramona’s tweet learn. Her Instagram publish mirrored the identical sentiments.
Though Ramona didn’t specify precisely what she mentioned within the episode, the teaser for it did give a style of her feedback when it confirmed her having a dialog with fellow solid member Sonja Morgan. “How sensible can Dennis be? I imply, he was on medicine,” she says to Sonja within the clip.
Bethenny, who was secretly engaged to Dennis 4 months earlier than his demise, hasn’t commented on Ramona’s apology posts, however she opened up about Dennis in the identical episode and confirmed off the engagement ring he gave her to co-star Dorinda Medley. “I cherished him a lot and we had been household and my daughter [Bryn Hoppy] was shut with him and I knew him for therefore a few years,” she emotionally advised Dorinda, as she confirmed her the ring. She additionally revealed that Dennis purchased eight-year-old Bryn, who Bethenny had with ex Jason Hoppy, a hoop too. “It’s very unhappy,” Bethenny mentioned. “… I saved it to myself as a result of I didn’t need one other circus of my life … We had our personal non-public engagement and our personal non-public, like, ‘Oh my God, we’re gonna do that.’”