“The Real Housewives of New York” star Carole Radziwill stayed friends with some of her co-stars after the reunion wrapped up, but it sounds like Carole had no interest in staying friends with Aviva Drescher. However, when Aviva popped up at Heather’s birthday party to see the ladies, it came as a shock to Carole that Aviva wanted her help in writing her book. According to a new Bravo report published on March 11, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Carole Radziwill is now revealing that she hadn’t talked to Aviva since the reunion and wasn’t upset about it.
“Heather and I were very happy for Aviva when she got a book deal, and I offered all of my support, plus contacts, she never picked up the phone once, or sent a text. Nothing. So when she called Heather in this scene, we were both happy to Decline the call. (I love “Declining.” It makes me want an iPhone, again),” Carole reveals. It was questionable why Heather and Carole declined the call, but it sounds like they had reached out.
If that wasn’t enough, Carole is now revealing that she would prefer to keep a distance from Aviva. “I'd like to keep a friendly distance from Aviva. She came to Heather's birthday party with her image consultant so that was a good sign. She is very self-centered and there are times I don't mind that -- it saves me the trouble of talking about myself. I find me, as a subject, a bit boring,” she revealed. Of course, lots of things could have happened throughout the season making her distance herself from Aviva, but it doesn't seem as if Aviva is catching on.
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