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Bethenny Frankel displays her svelte abs in pretty floral print bikini in Italy

Bethenny Frankel had some fun in the sun with her fiance Paul Bernon during a romantic getaway to Italy on Sunday.The Real Housewives Of New York City vet, 51, was spotted splashing around the waters of Portofino as she enjoyed a loved-up day full of sea and sunshine with her beau.Bethenny looked incredible frolicking by the ocean in a flirty floral print bikini that put her svelte abs on full display. Making a splash! Bethenny Frankel had some fun in the sun with her fiance Paul Bernon during a romantic getaway to Italy on SundayShe slicked her brunette hair into a bun as she took a dip, but was also spotted rocking it down.The Bravolebrity looked every inch the chic traveler with a wide-brim straw hat shielding her complexion from the sun rays and a sheer white shawl wrapped around her slender waist.

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