The Skinnygirl founder just completed her fifth season as a star on the Bravo reality series

By Natalie Stone
Updated October 11, 2016 09:53 AM
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Not only is Bethenny Frankel one of the stars of Real Housewives of New York, but the entrepreneur and businesswoman is also a self-described “successful television producer off-camera.”

The Skinnygirl founder, who just completed her fifth season as a star on the Bravo reality series, revealed in an interview with Fortune that she has her hand in a few TV projects — one of which is a new show!

“I have a TV production company called B Real Productions and we have another television show that should be announced at some point with Bravo — let’s just say project at Bravo — that will happen,” told Fortune Unfiltered with Aaron Task.

Frankel, 45, also added, “We are selling a lot of different shows. I have a show called Food Porn that’s in its second season, so I’m a successful television producer off-camera, which is great. There’s another really kind of major show I’m about to start selling that I just remembered again, so that will be a successful leg of this business.”

Although the divorced mother of one is an original star of RHONY, she admitted that she doesn’t know how long her career on-camera will last: “I have a television career on-camera. I don’t know how long that will go, but it seems that I have a knack for reality television and sort of saying it like it is.”

Since finalizing her four-year divorce battle with ex-husband Jason Hoppy in July, Frankel has been actively working on founding a charity that will empower women who are in the middle of a life crisis.

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“Dress for success is a charity that I work with and my divorce has been sort of a catalyst to help women in crisis going through something that they can’t see their way out of,” Frankel said. “Soon I’ll be announcing the name of a charity within [charity] Dress for Success to help women with counseling and legal fees and women who are in crisis.”

She added, “The silver lining of my divorce will be — because I’m trying to figure out the meaning of it — will be to help other women to know that they don’t ever have to be in a situation where they can’t get out because of financial reasons.”