They clearly live the high life so it’s only right to inquire: What is the net worth of the cast of The Real Housewives of New York?
After years starring on the infamous Bravo reality TV series, getting into their share of verbal arguments on the reunion special and, of course, participating in several high-profile marriages (and divorces), the housewives of the Big Apple — Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, Ramona Singer, Leah McSweeney and newcomer Eboni K. Williams — each have an individual net worth that might surprise you.
Whether they are the owner of a low-cal alcohol empire, a popular socialite living the glamorous life in a Manhattan high-rise, or straight-up royalty (um, hello — there have been Countesses and princesses in this cast!), these ladies have undoubtedly made their mark on NYC and not just as housewives. Not to mention, they’ve also made their fair share of dollar, dollar bills in the city that never sleeps.
Even the roster of former NYC housewives is impressive when it comes to their personal finances. From original cast member Bethenny Frankel to firecracker Kelly Killoren Bensimon, fabrics mogul Jill Zarin or journalist Carole Radziwill, all of the one-time costars are as wealthy as their on-air pals.
To use one popular housewife as an example, since her time on the series, Bethenny has grown her empire massively. She starred in her own talk show, became an authority on disaster relief and has a new reality competition series, The Big Shot with Bethenny, coming out on HBO Max.
But the question remains: Which of the reality TV stars is pulling in the most dough? Is it Bethenny, who is basically cocktail royalty at this point? Is it Carole, the socialite and widow of a Polish prince? Or could it be cabaret star Luann, who retained her title as a Countess even after her divorce from Count Alexandre? No matter who takes the cake, rest assured these ladies and their net worths are nothing to scoff at.
Scroll through the gallery to find out how much each Real Housewives of New York cast member is worth!