Carole Radziwill swoonworthy Soho apartment is truly fit for a Real Housewife

Manhattan living is outrageously expensive, but when you've got millions to spare like RHONY's Carole Radziwill, money is no object.

She recently renovated and refurnished her sprawling SoHo, NYC apartment with the finest goods money can buy.

We've seen some of the envy-inducing pad on TV, and Carole's modern and sophisticated style is one to emulate.

Her taste in friends, cougar-iffic ways, and fondness for stirring the pot?

Maybe not as much.

Nonetheless, her apartment oozes Housewives hotness and the new design by Wayman Robertson Studio (as per My Domaine) is eclectic, over the top, and so SoHo chic.

As per Bravo, Carole's lived in the downtown apartment for over 10 years.

She's got 16-foot ceilings – impressive for Manhattan, and a staircase she had built in so she could access the attic area which she turned into an office and walk-in closet.

The fab closet stores her designer-only shoes, tons of size 0 clothes, and her Emmys.

Nice collection Radzi!

The grand entryway is unique in browns and rich shades, with hardwood floors and a plush runner.

The main living area is upscale-looking yet comfortable with floor-to-ceiling-windows, plenty of shelf space, and seating that's too cool to want to set your tush on.

She's got plenty of books and ornamental pieces throughout.

While the kitchen isn't too large – let's not forget this is Manhattan, she's got super-cool black and white striped flooring, sleek appliances, and crisp countertops.

Anyway, doesn't the RHONY crew always eat out?

Carole's spacious and bright master bedroom has yet another closet.

Here she keeps her sexy lingerie along with boudoir wear.

Her bed sports risqué pillows which say “sleep" on one side and “fuck" on the other.

No blurred lines for her 20-something boyfriends there.

Your apartment may look like a tuna can in comparison, but a little jealousy gets you one step closer to becoming a Housewife yourself.

Take a tour of Carole Radziwill swoonworthy Soho apartment—and check out other stars' homes here

Photos courtesy The Design Daredevil, Bravo, and My Domaine.

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The Real Housewives franchise should seriously consider removing “Real" from its name. We all know plenty of housewives and few, if any are millionaires and none of them are friends (except maybe in their heads) with Bethenny Frankel.

That said, there's no greater guilty pleasure than flopping on the couch with a tub of Ben & Jerry's and watching our fave Housewives like Carole Radziwill shop, swig Sauvignon, and shoot the shit in their fancy homes and dining out at impossible-to-get-into 5-star restaurants.

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Living large doesn't come cheap though, so luckily Ms. Radziwill is loaded. Like, really loaded. Here's how the slender and saucy single gal lines her well-filled wallet…

The Richest calls Carole a journalist, author, and television personality. Sounds right, but let's not forget, or may I enlighten you with the fact, as reported by Celebrity Net Worth, that Carole was married for 5 years to Prince Anthony Radziwill. Yes, a Prince! Whose mother happened to be the sister of former first lady, Jackie Kennedy. Sadly, Anthony passed away, but surely he left Carole with a huge, no, ginormous wad of money.

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But Carole's no slack. She was a journalist for ABC for years and even covered the Gulf War. Since then, she's had bestselling books and continues to write novels, and as per Celebrity Net Worth, she's got a column in Glamour magazine.

Of course, Bravo pays their Housewives some would say too well, hundreds of thousands per season, and Carole must love the loot. She also engages in reality-related appearances, shoots, interviews, and all the other Bravo-esque promotional hoopla which further increases the funds in her giant bank account. Now how exactly can I become a Housewife?

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Carole Radziwill is worth a whopping $50 million as per The Richest! More money = more money for this Bravo billionaire.

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Carole with her mother-in-law and sister of the late Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Lee Radziwill and also Carole and her late husband Anthony Radziwill on their wedding day.

Bethenny Frankel has confirmed her return to the Real Housewives Of New York!

As Popdust previously reported, Bravo was in negotiations with the former cast member in an effort to save the New York edition, which has suffered increasingly bad ratings since she left in 2010.

Although Bethenny previously gave the impression she would never return to the Housewives, she has since changed her tune (Jill Zarin not being there obviously made that decision easier!).

"I'm genuinely excited, with a side of slightly nervous, for my return to The Real Housewives of New York City," the 43-year-old told Us Weekly. "Bravo has always been the place on television where I have the freedom to be unfiltered, honest and inappropriate, with an audience who has been with me from the beginning. I can't wait to see what this next chapter brings for all of us. Watch what happens!"

It's yet to be confirmed which of the other New York Housewives will be returning but you can pretty much bank on Heather Thomson, LuAnn de Lesseps and Carole Radziwill being asked back.

"Bethenny is one of the most popular Housewives in the history of the franchise," said Andy Cohen, "and I couldn't be more excited she is coming home to Bravo!"

When Bethenny was last on the show in season four, she was pregnant and engaged. Since then she has had daughter Bryn and gone through a highly acrimonious divorce with ex-husband Jason Hoppy.

"I'm such a different person and in such a different place than when I was on first season," said Bethenny. "Slightly exciting, a little bit of anxiousness, but it feels fresh. It doesn't feel like [how] I felt going into the third season of the Housewives. There was just so much muck and I just didn't feel it was good energy."

The Skinnygirl mogul won't reveal if Bryn will be on the show, possibly because she just doesn't know yet. Jason would have to sign off on that and considering his behavior so far, it doesn't look likely.

"When I went onto Housewives when I was younger, I didn't have family, I didn't have a business, I didn't have partners. I think basically the important thing is how I'm just being honest about my perspective... Ironically, I'm never a Housewife when I'm a housewife!"

Welcome back Bethenny! PLEASE bring Alex McCord back with you!

Aviva Drescher has done it again.

Not content with slandering and libeling Carole Radziwill on the Real Housewives Of New York (AND accusing Harper Lee of using Truman Capote as a ghostwriter for To Kill A Mockingbird, seriously!!!) the maniac is at it again.

In a new blog written for Bravo, the delusional witch goes even further with her frankly scary obsession and hatred for Carole.

We don't want to post the whole thing - it's despicable - but here's the part that really stands out, and shows how fucking nuts this woman is:

"I stand by my knowledge that many intelligent, professional writers have help. I suppose this really hit a nerve with Carole as she defines herself by her writing, which I find terribly sad.

My love for my family, friends, and amputees are what fill me with happiness.

Carole's happiness seems to be derived from loving herself. This my friends is complete narcissism and her books are an extension of HER love for herself.

The saddest thing that Carole ever told me was that she never experienced love for anyone. She calls it her curse -- that everyone loves her and yet she has never felt love. Well, she loves herself and her books. Sorry Carole for being real and being the messenger."

Aviva Drescher, take your disgusting, perverted father and your weak, enabling husband and go far far away.

Read the whole of Avicious' blog here and sound off in the comments below, because Bravo won't let you comment on hers!

Carole Radziwill is confirming what everyone and their grandmother already knew - Aviva Drescher is a big fat liar.

The Real Housewives Of New York went on two trips this season - to the Berkshires, and to Montana. Aviva skipped both, claiming health reasons, but Carole is calling BS:

"It’s hard to take her asthma seriously because her husband at one point called the production team, the executive producer, and said, 'I’ll get her to Montana in exchange for a guarantee that she’ll be on next season.' The executive producer told me, Ramona, and Sonja that in Montana."

We all knew Aviva was a pathological liar but how strange that Reid, who always appeared nice, is just as shitty? Oh dear.

To read the rest of Carole's interview, including why she didn't sue Aviva for slander and libel, click here!

Carole Radziwill and Ralph Fiennes once indulged in a bit of summer loving, according to the Real Housewives of New York City star.

After dishing the dirt on allegedly dating George Clooney, the socialite says she hooked up with yet another Hollywood hunk in the past.

And the 50-year-old says their encounter partly inspired a scene in her new novel, The Widow's Guide to Sex and Dating.

After referring to her alleged fling with Ralph on the Bravo reality hit, Carole tells Us Weekly: “It was long ago and far away…over a summer I was living in London.

“[But] our relationship was not the basis for a storyline in my novel. But like most fiction, stories are a pinch of the writer's experience and a part of their imagination."

According to Carole the scene in the novel that her former lover will remember mirrors a time they met up at a local bookstore.

"I hadn't seen Ralph for some time and heard he was in town," she says. "I left a note at his hotel. It was a copy of a note that Sam Beckett had once written to a friend. I knew Ralph would get the reference. He's very intelligent, you know. That note, and the subsequent meeting at the bookstore, was loosely detailed toward the end of the book. I'm afraid that is all I will say. Wink."

But Carole claims that she didn't remember outing Ralph and their alleged relationship on the RHONYC.

She says: "I'd forgotten I had used his full name in the show. I saw him a few months ago and he said the book was on his bedside table… He's an insatiable reader."