Real Housewives of New York star Carole Radziwill is celebrating her 54th birthday in the Hamptons with some friends, but without her boyfriend Adam Kenworthy, who is in New York City according to his Instagram Stories. But that doesn't mean the private chef isn't thinking about the birthday girl...
The 32-year-old took to Instagram earlier today to post a sexy tribute to the 54-year-old on her big day. The younger man shared two photos of the reality star, and one, showing Carole in a bikini bottom and rash guard, was rather racy!
Adam simply captioned the photos, "HBD @caroleradziwill #54" and "HBD [heart emoji] @caroleradziwill."
The throwback photos were taken during the duo's vacation in March to the Little Palm Island Resort & Spa in Little Torch Key, Florida.
Although there have been rumors swirling that the two have split, it appears as though not all is what is it seems.
While they may not have split, E! News has learned that couple is spending less time with each other and the author.
In a June episode of RHONY, Carole revealed that Adam had moved out of her New York apartment to find a place of his own.
On the episode, Carole explained to co-star Bethenny Frankel that she needed space. She said, "He found an apartment. He moved most of his stuff. I was, like, 'Honey, do you need help? Here’s your surfboard, here’s your skateboard, here’s all of your lighting equipment for your video camera!'"
The journalist admitted in the confessional, "Living together, our relationship evolved past the point where either of us felt comfortable...I didn’t want to keep reminding him to pick up his socks. I’m not that girl."
Meanwhile, Carole took to Instagram herself today to share two birthday posts. One was a Mark Twain quote with the caption, "Do you know why? I know why. #birthday #freedom #leo #karma #twain #54HOT."
Another was of her, her pal Cassandra Grey and her son grabbed a cup of coffee from Jack's Stir Brew Coffee in Amagansett.
Carole is a widow, who was previously married to Anthony Radziwill from 1994–1999. The late television executive died at the age of 40 after losing his battle with cancer.