While Bethenny Frankel's bank account balance may be up, gravity just pulled her way down!
The Real Housewives of New York City alum, 51, was spotted showing off her roller skating skills at the Rockefeller Center ice skating rink with daughter Bryn Hoppy, 11, for the opening of Flipper's Roller Boogie Palace last week — however, her moves ended up taking a turn for the worst.
In a video obtained by TMZ, Frankel, dressed in a chic black long sleeve top and sequin leggings, throws on a coat of lip gloss before swiftly turning on her heels and attempting to skate away — but she instead falls flat on her butt. Luckily, a pal was there to help her up off her feet.
The tumble comes as The Big Shot with Bethenny host claimed on a recent episode of her podcast, "Just B With Bethenny," she was asked to join the recently announced RHONY Legacy spinoff.
"Many of you have been asking me for a response to [the] Housewives announcement," she began to explain in the April 15 episode. "So a couple weeks ago, I got a text from, you know, the powers that be in the Bravosphere saying, 'Is there a chance? Is there a chance? Just asking, is there a chance?' Meaning, would I come back."
However, don't expect Frankel to be jumping at the chance to return to the franchise that made her a household name, as she said she "didn't understand" what the new series featuring only original cast members would be, pointing out it "wasn't really an announcement."
"I know from a bunch of producers and people in the industry that they're casting the show of new people and that they clearly don't know who the show of old people will be because I was asked to be on it," she continued.
"So it's not been crafted. So it felt like, sort of, a half-baked announcement. I didn't really understand it," the Skinnygirl founder stated of Andy Cohen's announcement.
Frankel starred on the hit Bravo series in 2008 and departed the show in 2010. The mogul then returned for the seventh season but abruptly announced her exit ahead of the start of Season 12.
As OK! reported, Cohen recently revealed the East Coast franchise would be split into two shows. RHONY Legacy, composed of original cast members, and an additional show with a brand new cast of Manhattan women.