On the defensive: Carole Radziwill had to stand up for herself on Tuesday night's episode of Watch What Happens Live, as host Andy Cohen questioned her about a series of mean tweets from co-star Luann de Lesseps'And the trip that she’s referring to is a trip to Nicaragua where he runs a non-profit, a farm in Nicaragua, and they were going with a whole group of people because after they broke up they remained friends, and are still very friendly to this day.
It was not a bad breakup.''I thought we were friends, too,' she responded, adding: 'I don't know where all of this hate is coming from.
Hot spots included your typical icons of American suburbia: the drive-in movie theater, the Carvel ice cream shop, and the pizza place, as Carole described on her website.
Growing up, Carole's life was pretty different from the fabulous one she leads now filled with parties, designer clothes, and a two-story apartment.
Carole was your typical kid growing up in the '70s, joining the Girl Scouts, playing the flute in band, and doing gymnastics.
Her parents sometimes worked two jobs to support the family.
Carole was also a workingwoman from an early age, earning money by babysitting, serving fast food at Wendy's, and helping customers at Caldor's department store.