Bethenny Frankel suggests that ex Paul Bernon, Aurora Culpo have already split after a brief romance

It looks like the sun has set on Paul Bernon and Aurora Culpo’s budding romance.

Bethenny Frankel hinted as much on Sunday’s episode of her “Just B” podcast, during which she talked not only about her own breakup with the venture capitalist but also about how “insensitive” it was to see how public his new relationship became.

“Hearing about your ex-fiancé committing 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 children and the level of commitment,” Frankel, 53 years old, said before. deflating

Culpo, 35, had been dating Bernon, 45, for a few months when she revealed on her “Barely Filtered” podcast in late June that they had introduced each other to their children.

The level of candor Culpo used may have been a turn-off for Bernon, as the former “Real Housewives of New York City” star implied to her listeners that they had already broken up.

“I’m proud of myself, and I’m proud of the way I handled myself [the split],” Frankel shared. “I think this woman also learned a lot. Their actions cost them their relationship, which was brand new, and who knows what would have happened?”

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

The Skinnygirl founder urged Culpo to “tread lightly” when discussing new relationships and show empathy for the woman who came before.

“I think that by sharing all the details of your new relationship, you’re disrespecting the last relationship,” she said.

The ex-Bravolebrity confirmed that she is currently single and is going to therapy to help her “process” the split, which she explained was “definitely mutual” despite starting it herself.

“I was not happy. Something needed to change,” she explained. “The relationship had its challenges, and nobody dumped anybody, but I got through it. I knew it was ultimately the right thing to do, and I really made peace with it. I was happy, and I thrived and survived.”

Frankel and Bernon called off their engagement earlier this year not long after her mother’s death, which she described as a “really traumatic loss.”

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