Bethenny Frankel is definitely the busy businesswoman.
On Tuesday, the Real Housewives Of New York veteran announced on Instagram that she’s created a swimwear line in sizes 2-24 that will be available on the Home Shopping Network.
The brunette star was seen in one of the one-piece designs as she stood by a lazy river pool with a waterfall in the background.
In the swim: Bethenny Frankel is definitely the busy businesswoman. On Tuesday, the Real Housewives Of New York veteran announced on Instagram that she has created a swimwear line that will be available on the Home Shopping Network
“Tossing an elevated, sleek, sophisticated, sculpting swim to make ALL BODIES beautiful,” the reality TV wonder wrote in her caption, noting that the line includes the waistline.
The Skinnygirl founder said the line is called Bethenny Swimwear and the styles are available on HSN.
The costumes cost around $60 each and can be broken down into four payments.
In the image, she wears an emerald green suit with black sunglasses and diamond jewelry.
Closer look: The suit appeared to be low cut on Frankel as she wore a LOVE necklace
And she ended her post by reminding her 2.6 million Instagram followers that she also has Bethenny Eyewear and Bethenny Sunglasses.
On Monday, she uploaded an unfiltered photo to her Instagram to show off body positivity to her fans and followers.
The reality star posed in a blue bikini and added a detailed caption explaining her self-love journey over the decades.
Green is good: in the image she has on an emerald green suit with black sunglasses and diamond jewelry
The actress shared previous posts on her social media to help normalize the aging process.
The 51-year-old posed in the summer sunshine wearing a halter-style two-piece swimsuit. The top and bottom were adorned with square-shaped silver coins.
Her hair was brushed back from her face as she donned a sun hat to block out the sun and a sleek pair of black sunglasses.
An earlier look: In May, she was seen wearing the suit as she read her own business book
The star typed out a caption for her fans and followers to explain how she’s grown to appreciate her body over the years.
Frankel typed: “Here is the sad truth. I rarely do sports. I hate water. I prioritize sleep but fail. I eat what I want but I never stuff myself. I run around like crazy with endless energy.
“In my 20s and 30s I dieted and exercised constantly and was much heavier and less happy with my overall appearance,” the TV personality said.
The star then began to open up about her body and the positive path she has chosen.
‘I choose balance and happiness’: Frankel, 51, uploaded a photo of herself in a bikini to promote self-love earlier this month
“I have great skin but sag in places and I’m thin but not in noticeable muscular shape by anyone’s standards. I choose balance and happiness and do the best I can. When I’m 90, I won’t want to exercise more, that’s for sure,” she added at the very end.
In a Posting on Twitter earlier in the year, the author reacted to people’s comments about his appearance.
‘My favorite is people telling me I’ve aged and don’t look like I used to… Umm yeah, wait… Am I doing wrong? Aren’t we all getting old? she typed.
The entrepreneur recently attended the second annual MTV Movie & TV Awards: UNSCRIPTED event where she received the MTV Reality Royalty Lifetime Achievement Award.
Open and honest: The 51-year-old was very honest about aging and posted photos showing that body positivity is important at any age
She is often in a bathing suit: seen in the Hamptons this month in a string bikini
The star gave a heartfelt acceptance speech when she received the award. According People, she said: ‘Thank you, MTV. Thank you to the public who invested in an imperfect and transparent person.
Bethenny also opened up about how reality TV was a positive outlet for her and how it ultimately led her to further future success.
She said reality TV was a “platform to be authentically myself, to be honest about my flaws, my struggles, to be broke and alone with no safety net”.
The Real Housewives of New York City star has certainly come a long way, from publishing bestselling novels like, Business Is Personal, to also starting her own business called Skinnygirl.
Her future husband: Bethenny is engaged to New York businessman Paul Bernon