Let Bethenny Frankel make a glamorous hospital gown.
The “Real Housewives of New York” alum gave fans a “fit check” while at a hospital in New Orleans earlier this week, showing off thousands of dollars worth of jewelry.
“So I feel crazy because I just got those shots so this is my fit test,” the TikTok video began. “I think the dress is beautiful.”
“I have my cheesy Gucci, which I really like,” the 52-year-old continued, raising her foot towards the camera.
“I have a beautiful necklace that I bought in Greece, people still think it’s Cartier but it’s not.”
Frankel then pulled out the big guns, showing off his “Rose Gold Rolex with Diamond Markers,” which retails for $69,900.
However, she did not stop there. The reality star also wore a $7,800 Spinelli Kilcollin ring and a Tiffany & Co. link bracelet ranging from $6,500 to $10,500.
However, none of the luxury pieces lived up to her most expensive accessory: her massive engagement ring from her fiancé Paul Bernon, which is valued at a whopping $1 million.
“And this is my fit check and I think it looks great on me,” she said as she adjusted the dress. “It’s not Met Gala but I like it.”
Earlier in the day, Frankel revealed that he had traveled south to meet with a doctor at Tulane University to try to get to the bottom of his current health issues.
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The reality star, who has been diagnosed with prolonged COVID and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), said he has “low blood pressure, trouble standing up without dizziness… severe dehydration and swelling.”
“My journey now begins with x-rays and MRIs and research and dietary changes,” she captioned the post. “I am being thorough and serious about this not only for me but also for you. I know many cannot afford the time or resources to get these answers.”
“I don’t care how I look. I don’t care how others think I look. I care about how I feel and being healthy for my daughter, my loved ones and you,” she continued.
According to the Mayo Clinic, POTS is an autoimmune condition that “causes a number of symptoms when you move from lying down to standing up, including fast heart rate, dizziness, and fatigue.” There is no cure.