Dorinda Medley and Carole Radziwill have officially reunited in New York City.
The former “Real Housewives of New York City” stars grabbed dinner together at Italian hotspot Casa Cipriani on Wednesday, following Medley’s return to the Big Apple.
The Bravolebrities were celebrating a birthday for one of their mutual friends. Medley, 57, shared a photo of the group of 10 sitting down at dinner via Instagram, along with a video of them smiling and cheers-ing for the camera.
“And ‘Just Like That’ Old New York is back in town Simply ♥️ #happybirthday #oldfriends #jonathanmorr,” Medley captioned her post.
Several fans flooded the comments section with excitement that the two were together again.
“Good to see Carole there! Looks like a fun table 😍,” one fan commented.
“You and Carole need to be back on RH for sure!” another user, referring to “RHONY,” wrote, while a third chimed in, “I love that you and Carole are genuine friends 🙏🏻💛💛.”
Medley, who splits her time between NYC and her iconic Bluestone Manor home in the Berkshires, recently moved back to the city in her same apartment building – just in a different unit.
“I’m back, New York City! I can’t believe I found my new apartment in my old building,” the “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club” star told the Daily Mail last week.
The “Make It Nice” author reportedly paid $1.25 million for her 760-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom pad on the Upper East Side.
“[It’s] just what I was looking for,” Medley continued.
Medley recently sold the original two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit that was frequently featured on “RHONY” last month for just under $2.5 million.
“Not leaving,” she assured fans when she listed the property in February. “Just a change after 21 years.”
Meanwhile, it appears Radziwill, 58, is still living in her Soho duplex. The “Widow’s Guide to Sex and Dating” author, who has publicly shared her disdain for Bravo over the years, gave her home a remodel in 2017 – but it still includes her notoriously anxiety-provoking staircase.
Medley is currently “on pause” from “RHONY” after starring on the show for six seasons. Radziwill departed the series after an explosive friendship breakup from Bethenny Frankel prior to Season 11 in 2018.