Bethenny Frankel is officially single. While the Real Housewives of New York City star has dated a number of men in recent years, she was technically still married to her former partner, Jason Hoppy, until recently. As she enjoys her new romance with a man who is, ironically, still married to his soon-to-be ex-wife, Frankel is said to be in Las Vegas as reports have confirmed the official end to her marriage. Although no specific details regarding Frankel and Hoppy's settlement have been revealed, Radar Online claimed on July 18 that her bitter split is finally over.

Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy parted ways in late 2012

After tying the knot in early 2010, Bethenny Frankel and Hoppy separated in December 2012 and in January 2013, Frankel filed for divorce.

Although Frankel and Hoppy were able to reach a custody agreement for their daughter Bryn, 6, in 2014, the division of their assets was far more complicated. In fact, Frankel and Hoppy were in a standoff for months as they both refused to move out of their renovated condo in New York City. While the reality star eventually moved out of their condo, opting to move into an apartment in Tribeca, Hoppy remained in the residence until weeks ago. At that point, Frankel revealed plans to put the home on the market.

Bethenny Frankel struggles to co-parent with her ex-husband

Since Bethenny Frankel and Hoppy made the decision to end their relationship, Frankel has spoken openly about her struggles with splitting time with her daughter. On episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Frankel has been seen in tears at the thought of not seeing her daughter as much as she'd like to. Although Frankel is surely relieved that her legal battle with Hoppy is officially over, her custody heartache is sure to continue for years to come as she and Hoppy continue to split time with their daughter.

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Hopefully, however, they will soon be on better terms and able to co-parent more effectively.

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