Aurora Culpo and Paul Bernon break up after 2 months of dating

Aurora Culpo and Paul Bernon have split after just two months of dating, a source confirms to Page Six.

Bethenny Frankel, who called off her engagement to the investment banker earlier this year, first hinted on her “Just B With Bethenny” podcast on Sunday that the couple may have split after the “Culpo Sisters” alum got too vocal about the budding romance thing

“Hearing about your ex-fiancé getting engaged to another woman shortly after on their first date, and then being inside their relationship, hearing about their gender and their gifts and meeting each other’s kids and the level of commitment,” Frankel, 53 , told her. listeners before losing her train of thought.

The former Real Housewives of New York star said she was “proud of the way” she “handled” her and Bernon’s breakup and claimed Culpo, 35, seemed to have “learned a lot too.”

“[Culpo’s and Bernon’s] actions cost them their relationship, which was brand new, and who knows what would have happened?” she reflected.

Reps for Culpo and Bernon did not immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.

Neither Bernon, 45, nor Culpo have publicly addressed their breakup, although the latter has been enjoying her time in Rhode Island since her sister Olivia married Christian McCaffrey in the Ocean State.

Aurora posted a series of photos and videos of her time with her family and two children soaking up the sun on the beach and cooling off with ice cream cones.

She also posted a photo of herself and her grandmother enjoying huge lobsters at the Matunuck Oyster Bar over the Fourth of July weekend.

The now-former couple’s relationship became public knowledge after an eyewitness claimed to DeuxMoi that the pair were “making out” at a bar in Boston. She later told Olivia on their “Barely Filtered” podcast that she and Bernon met each other’s children.

Despite the serious nature of the relationship, the former Miss Universe refused to invite Olivia’s “flavor of the month” to her nuptials.

Aurora called the decision “rude,” while Olivia snapped back, “No, [it’s] rude to invite someone I’ve never met.”

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