Theresa, Sonja, Ramona, LuAnn, and Heather have all had their say on Heather and Harry’s veiled feud, but for the most part, we’ve now made the obvious connection — that Harry and Heather’s relationship seems to be all about having money and power. For example, the recent TIME magazine article on women in the tech sector explained: “One of the most appealing qualities of Harry and Heather’s relationship is that it thrives on total financial independence, one of the most desired qualities for newbie CEO’s and senior tech executives.”
Well, one of the “Millionaire Real Housewives” has got to have a similar philosophy (and also have some serious stamina).
And she’s come down hard on the DC metro area, citing alimony which she says her financial advisor should have told her to strike. And all she would have needed to do, she writes in her new book, is “Take some time to get your druthers,” meaning simply making her own money and basking in the glory of self-satisfaction, “the highs, lows, frustration, insecurity, frustration and more, until you become totally fulfilled and content.”
Kathy Lee Gifford pushed her breast cancer diagnosis narrative further as well, referencing a comment Harry made on an episode of the show, saying, “I hope [she] beats it,” as if she truly meant it. To which Kim stated that she was a friend and had a reaction based on her proximity to the scene of the accident.
Regardless of which or both of their arguments or conspiracy theories are overblown, we see Kim, for instance, had an (uncharacteristically) lucid moment about not being able to afford a Vespa ride with Harry and Ed to a Niagara Falls vacation — that Harry she couldn’t afford a Vespa ride with.