REAL Housewives of New York City star Luann de Lesseps was spotted holding hands with a mystery man during a day out in the city.
The 55-year-old, who divorced her husband Thomas D’ Agostino Jr. in 2017, revealed last month that she split from her boyfriend Garth Wakeford.
Luann flaunted her flat abs in a flowy, long-sleeved crop top, which she paired with low-waisted pants and orange sneakers.
Her companion for the walk along Fifth Avenue wore blue jeans, a bright pink polo shirt, and gray sneakers.
The two walked the streets holding hands, stopping periodically to share a few quick kisses on the cheek.
Luann’s mystery man also acted as her Instagram husband and took photos of her as she posed in the middle of the sidewalk, smiling as he took her picture.
He looked more than happy to not only be taking her snaps but also to be looking them over with her on her phone, just in case she needed a few more options.
The RHONY star threw her hands up in the air while standing under the NBC Studios building, letting her two-toned crop top ride up a little, exposing even more of her flat midriff.
Luann revealed to Page Six last month that she and her trainer boyfriend Garth broke up months ago, after meeting on a dating app during the coronavirus pandemic.
The star recently admitted she would "100% pose for Playboy,” so long as the shoot was “tasteful.”
The 55-year-old reality TV star even joked that she was going to "call her agent" and see if a Housewives shoot could be in the pipeline.
Speaking on the Behind The Velvet Rope with David Yontef podcast, she said: "As long as it's done tastefully and elegantly, of course, because money can't buy you class but it can buy you."
"Playboy, let me write that down," she concluded. "I am going to write that down. Let me call my agent."
The countess also opened up about her sobriety, after deciding to quit alcohol after she was charged with disorderly intoxication in 2017 and arrested for violating her parole by drinking.
"The girls are very supportive of me and my sobriety, and listen, I'm not perfect," she said of the RHONY cast around her.
"It's a struggle, especially during the pandemic when everybody's like drinking away, you know, so, I've had my moments, I have my slips.
"But I feel like every time that happens, you know, part of recovery is relapse.
"So every time I get to another place where I just know it's a slippery slope and I can't drink the way I used to drink, it's accepting that and acknowledging that."
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