They can relate!
During the fourth episode of Peacock’s The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip — which dropped on Tuesday, November 23 — some of the women ended up having heart-to-heart while sitting down for breakfast in Turks and Caicos.
“I will always have love and respect for her," Bailey told the ladies, "but I’m fine with not being friends with her."
The 49-year-old reiterated that she believes Laurita backstabbed her when she “brought up my legal stuff” on national television. (Giudice and her ex-husband Joe Giudice — who share Gia, 20, Gabriella, 17, Milania, 15, and Audriana, 12 — plead guilty to 41 counts of fraud and each served jail time in 2014.)
“Me and Jaclyn were really close, we were friends before the show,” Giudice shared. “I would’ve never crossed her and she crossed me.”
“I was so heartbroken and it was like really hard for me to deal with that because I was so hurt,” the Standing Strong author confessed.
De Lesseps adressed Frankel’s decision to show her the infamous photos of her now ex-husband Tom D'agostino cheating while filming Real Housewives of New York.
“She showed me a picture on camera that I was not expecting that my husband was kissing somebody else,” de Lesseps explained. “It was terrible.”
“That’s not a friend,” she added, before insisting in a confessional: “Bethenny’s agenda has always been to have the spotlight on her, it was really more about her than it was about me.”
“I’m glad that Bethenny showed me the picture, but I’m not happy that she showed me on camera because it was a very tough thing to go to with the whole world to see,” she continued. “Good humans don’t do that stuff.”
Earlier this week de Lesseps claimed that she “wasn’t surprised” by rumors that Frankel had something to do with a photographer being present while D’Agostino locked lips with another woman.
“Karma’s a b***h," the 56-year-old said during the “Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef” podcast on Monday, November 22. “That’s all I got to say.”
Meanwhile, Kyle Richards gave her own take on the conversation concerning failed friendships, explaining in a confessional that “the biggest problem in these friendships in reality television is some of these women care more about what the audience thinks than what their friends think.”
“The show does put pressure on you but if you allow it to put pressure on you ... if a relationship goes sour, it’s not the show’s fault," Giudice said in a confessional. "It ends up exposing people that are really not there for you.”