Carole Radziwill is opening up about the death of her cousin-in-law John F. and best friend Carolyn Bessette in a rare interview.
The author and Real Housewives of New York star will appear on the HLN docu-series 'How It Really Happened with Hill Harped' in an episode entitled 'JFK Jr.'s Tragic Final Flight' that will premiere on Friday.
So many Housewives brag that they “tell it like it is” to a point where it is almost laughable, but Dorinda truly does.
Dorinda has found a way to be on good terms with everyone in the cast (without being boring) so of course she has the scoop and opinion on just about everything that’s going on and that includes their love topic among the RHONY fandom right now.
throughout season 7, and that's something Carole was willing to deal with when she first signed on for the show."I made a deal with myself, if I'm on the show I'm going to show what's going on in my life," she told E! "I do that pretty honestly."Obviously, being completely open and honest wasn't always easy."There's a moment at the end that was a little overwhelming and it did get more emotional than I did anticipate, but I'm OK with that.
I think it was true and authentic and I think producers are respectful…and I appreciated that.
“He’s definitely a nine,” she said, rating him on a scale of one to 10. ” RELATED VIDEO: Andy Cohen’s Pick For The Most Absurd Previously, Radziwill gushed to PEOPLE about Clooney, saying “he’s a really great guy – really amazing guy.” She also had nothing but nice things to say about Clooney’s then new-bride Amal.
“[She] seems like an amazing woman,” Radziwill said.
I need to figure out where they are, because they're somewhere,"' says Radziwill in a clip exclusively obtained by Daily
I'm at the airport and they're not here,'' recalls Radziwill.'And then, and then I thought, 'Oh.
Oh s***.' And I just bolted out of bed.'Radziwill explains how she then got to work trying to find the couple, who had just been married three years prior in a ceremony off the coast of Georgia attended by only 30 guests, including Carole and her husband. 'One call led to another to another to another, and I called the Hyannis Airport many times, because I assumed that they had made a mistake,' says Radziwill.'And the whole time I'm calling John's friend and screaming into the phone, 'Please, you have to find somebody in John's family, to tell, tell them what's going on.''Radziwill's calls were not getting her anywhere however, and she soon started to realize that authorities would have to be notified about the two, who had been flying with Bessette's sister Lauren.'It was probably between 2 or 3 when I realized I had to call the Coast Guard and report John's plane missing,' reveals Radziwill.'I said, 'My cousin's missing.' And, and then he took the name, and I think there was a little bit of a, like, a gasp on the other end of the phone.'John had taken off from Essex County Airport in Fairfield, New Jersey, at pm on July 16, 1999 bound for the airfield in Martha's Vineyard.
There was an automatic system, which misgauged the weather, and led forecasters to say nine miles visibility,' explains Dr.
Bob Arnot.'In aviation terms, the weather forecast that JFK Jr.