Talk show host Bethenny Frankel does not have her mind on remarriage and is not thinking of walking down the aisle any time soon, she said in her interview published in the October issue of Redbook magazine.
Frankel filed for divorce from Jason Hoppy in January 2013 after nearly three years of marriage. Together they have a daughter named Bryn, whom Frankel was pregnant with at her wedding. The estranged couple is currently going through divorce proceedings, including discussions over custody of Bryn, while both still living in the 3,400-square-foot Tribeca condo they moved into as a family
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The former Real Housewives of New York City told the magazine she is uncertainty about another marriage in the future.
"I don't know that I would get remarried. It's too soon to think about," she said. "But I'd listen to my gut. All through reality television, being honest, saying what's on my mind -- that was my gut."
Frankel's comments are in line with an interview she gave in August, in which she said she is not looking to get into a new relationship in the near future. She told Life & Style magazine earlier that month that the divorce proceedings have been hard and that "it's difficult to stay sane."
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The mogul also opened up to the magazine about her life as a single mom, saying that she makes sure to take time out of her busy schedule to spend alone with her daughter.
"I think that when you are with your child, you have to make sure it's quality time," she said. "Every day, Bryn and I do at least one quality thing together and I do one thing for myself. I no longer feel guilty about taking 45 minutes for myself, because we take time for us."
As far as her celebrity crushes, Frankel "always loved" Taylor Kitsch ever since Friday Night Lights. She added, "Taylor's got that shy strength to him, he's sexy shy."
She also has a weakness for Ryan Gosling ("he's a little intense. I like that") and said she loves Seth MacFarlane, calling him "funny and demented."
Frankel and Hoppy played out their marriage on-screen in Bravo's spin-off, reality series' Bethenny Getting Married and Bethenny Ever After.