Bethenny Frankel Files For Divorce

January 5, 2013
Bethenny Frankel stops by Access Hollywood Live on February 28, 2012 -- Access Hollywood

It's officially over for Bethenny Frankel and husband Jason Hoppy.

After announcing she had separated from Jason less than one month ago, the reality star has filed a summons for divorce, according to TMZ.

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The Skinnygirl mogul, 42, filed the summons (the first step in the divorce process) in New York earlier this week, the website reported.

Bethenny has yet to speak out about the news, but did hint she was relying on the company of a famous friend to help her get through this difficult time.

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"Time with Hoda Kotb is just what the doctor ordered :)," she Tweeted on Saturday.

Hoda reciprocated, Tweeting, "XO."

Bethenny and Jason married in 2010, and have a 2-year-old daughter, Bryn, together.

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