Bethenny Frankel and Jill Zarin have had their ups and downs over the years but earlier this year, after the tragic death of Zarin's husband, Bobby, the reality stars reconciled for the "Real Housewives of New York City" cameras during Bobby's emotional funeral. So, when it came to a recent report suggesting Frankel was attempting to block Bravo TV from bringing Zarin back to the show for season 11, many followers of the series were left confused.

According to a report from Gossip Cop on November 29, an announcement was made last week in which it was revealed that Zarin would allegedly be included in the season 11 cast of "The Real Housewives of New York City" as a part-time cast member.

Days later, an insider suggested it was Frankel who made sure that producers didn't welcome Zarin back in a full-time role, as she had for the first four seasons of the show.

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“[Bethenny Frankel] will just not let go of [her feud with Jill Zarin] and she doesn’t want [her] back on the show,” an alleged insider said, adding that Zarin will also be seen on a few episodes alongside co-star Luann de Lesseps. However, as Gossip Cop revealed, Zarin said months ago that she would only be interested in returning to the show in a part-time role during an interview with E! News. At the time, Zarin said that while there were rumors she was in talks with Bravo TV to return to her full-time role, she would only like to be featured part-time.

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In addition to the false report claiming Zarin and Frankel are no longer friends, the report also incorrectly stated that the two women are feuding. As fans saw months ago on an episode of "The Real Housewives of New York City," Zarin and Frankel agreed to put their differences aside during their emotional reunion at Bobby Zarin's funeral.

Zarin also further clarified their reconciliation during an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen, telling the host she and Frankel are "all good."

Bethenny Frankel also spoke of her reconciled relationship with Jill Zarin on "Watch What Happens Live" this year, explaining to Cohen that things between them are "nice." “She’ll text me, and we have a nice interaction," she said.

"The Real Housewives of New York City" season 11 is in production and expected to air on Bravo TV sometime in spring 2019. The network has not yet publicly confirmed Jill Zarin's role on the show.