WATCH: Bethenny Frankel Takes Shots at 'RHONY' Co-Stars Over Rumored Contract Holdouts The source not only tells ET that the relationship is moving fast and Luann is “over the moon and so happy with Tom," but also confirmed that the two will be “getting engaged soon” and have already shopped for rings at Graff Diamonds.
Luann’s last major relationship was with French businessman Jacques Azoulay, who was featured on before the two split in 2013.
and “indulged in more PDA outside.” But a different source at the wild scene told us it was “Sonja who was making out with a guest” at the hot spot and “had to be carried out by the end of the night.” (However, a friend of Sonja said she was in fine form and was just being “cozy and friendly with a friend who’s gay.” She’s been dating 24-year-old Dominik Persy.) Meanwhile, a friend of Lesseps insisted “The Countess” didn’t engage in any untoward behavior.
A source close to Luann confirms to ET that the 50-year-old reality star is dating NYC businessman Thomas D’Agostino Jr., the CEO of print and promotional distributor Smart Source LLC.
Luann posted a sweet photo of the two vacationing together in Palm Beach, Florida on Monday.
After “Real Housewives of New York” star Lu Ann de Lesseps was overheard saying at a fashion show this week she’s single and “seeing nobody special,” she found a special stranger on a wild night out with Sonja Morgan.
Following the Red Dress Awards, Lesseps and Morgan hit a Bethenny Frankel margarita party, then wound up in a back room at Beautique.
As it turns out, I hadn't missed a thing, it was just a whirlwind kind of affair. From the looks of things, Luann's happily ever after is still very much on.
Previews for Episode 8 entitled "All the Countess's Men," tease the introduction of Thomas, who has also been linked romantically to Ramona Singer.
“There was no making out or public display,” the friend said.
But after Bethenny Frankel accused her reality TV rival of being a hypocrite and a fraud during a traumatic two-episode battle, The Countess finally found her platform to set the record straight on what's fact and what's fiction.'The problem with you is that women don't trust you, they think you have sex with married men and you cheat and you f*** younger guys and criticize other women for the exact same things you do,' an enraged Frankel said to de Lesseps.
I honestly don't think I'm cool enough to hang with the Countess.