'We're Cool Now' Sonja Morgan Claims Tipsy Girl Feud With Bethenny Frankel Is Over

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Aug. 16 2016, Updated 4:28 p.m. ET

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On this week's episode of Watch What Happens Live, The Real Housewives of New York City's Sonja Morgan gave host Andy Cohen the real scoop on her business feud with Bethenny Frankel.

As previously reported, the pair engaged in an all-out war over Morgan's business venture, Tipsy Girl, which Frankel believed to be a direct steal from her booming brand, Skinnygirl.

When Cohen asked Morgan if Bethenny had confronted her about the new Tipsy Girl restaurant, she answered, "No, that was my big mistake. I should've let her know. I thought she was coming to my birthday party because she had not RSVP'ed 'no'. That's what blew up in my face and I felt really bad."

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"I think Bethenny realized it was more of an emotional response between two friends and she felt blindsided and I hadn't seen her all summer," she continued of drama surrounding the restaurant, which is set to open any day now.

"We're cool now. She's very supportive of me," Morgan added.

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But would Bethenny agree that things are all good between the two? On a previous episode of RHONY, the bossy reality star called Morgan a "fraud."

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"I don't believe that you didn't do this intentionally," Frankel said at the time. "You can't play stupid and smart at the same time. You can't. I have compassion for you. I have to get back to work. I wish you luck. I don't want to have this conversation anymore."

Do you think they've worked things out or is Sonja being delusional with her wishful thinking? Let us know in the comments below!



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