Bethenny is back and busier than ever.
In the first season of the series (Bethenny Getting Married?) she had the wedding and the baby, but now is it happily ever after?
Between motherhood, marriage, Skinnygirl and skating, this quick-witted New Yorker has a lot on her plate.
Now watch as she continues to grow her business and venture into new areas, all while juggling motherhood and marriage.
When things get stressful, Bethenny manages to handle it all with her entertaining wit and biting humour.
This always-on-the-go workaholic manages her successful line of Skinnygirl Margaritas, two books on the New York Times Best Sellers list, and a career as a natural foods chef with a jam packed social calendar.
But Bethenny finally found time for what's most important - falling in love and starting a family. Now as she adds moving into a new apartment and preparing for her wedding and a baby to the mix - how will she juggle it all?
The Manhattan businessman who finally swept Bethenny off her feet, helps to keep her grounded and calm when all things Bethenny move at warp speed. He enjoys golf, working out, playing basketball and experiencing all that New York has to offer with Bethenny and her beloved dog Cookie.
Bethenny's hard-working, dedicated assistant helps keep her personal and business life in tact. After meeting Bethenny at an event in the Hamptons, she took on the task of organizing Bethenny's incredibly busy and never boring schedule, all while trying to find the time to balance her own life.
When she's not managing Bethenny's jam-packed calendar, she loves both watching and playing sports and cooking.
This sports junkie came on board as Bethenny's intern to help manage the crazy workload. Often the butt of Bethenny's jokes, Max's thick skin and ability to roll with the punches has enabled him to transition from football jock to "Skinnygirl" connoisseur without breaking a sweat.
When he's not dropping off Bethenny's dresses at the tailor or diving into lengthy conversations about his passion for "cougars," he spends his time playing sports and writing screenplays.
The series is produced by Shed Media U.S. for Bravo. Jennifer O'Connell, Matt Anderson and Nick Emmerson serve as executive producers.