Talk about irony. Real Housewives of New York star Carole Radziwill is being criticized for wanting to write a cookbook, even though she doesn't cook.
According to Naughty Gossip on Friday, the book might end up being a major flop because fans can't take Radziwill or her cooking recipes too seriously if she's never tried them for herself. The reality television star's last book, "The Widow's Guide To Sex And Dating" failed to sell any copies as well even though her previous book, "What Remains" managed to sell well because it focused on her friendship with the Kennedy family.
An insider told the site, "A cookbook may sell better than a compilations of essays about her life as a journalist, but Carole tells fans each week that she never cooks."
Just last month, Radziwill was also under fire for supposedly wanting to exploit her late husband's death on the hit Bravo show as well. Radziwill was allegedly "so desperate" to keep a storyline going on the show that she's gone as low as to exploit her husband's death on the small screen.
According to Page Six back in July, Carole's mother-in-law Lee Radziwill is livid with the reality television star for exploiting Anthony Radziwill's death. He died of cancer at the age of 40 back in 1999.
Lee has opened up about the issue, with a close friend telling the site, "She feels it's tacky."
Lee - who is also known as Caroline Lee Bouvier and was the younger sister of First Lady Jacqueline Lee Bouvier - was married to Polish Prince Stanislaw Albrecht Radziwill. Their only son was Anthony.