Bethenny Frankel has finally lived up to her housewife billing.

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The Real Housewives of New York City star and former The Apprentice: Martha Stewart runner-up wed Jason Hoppy at the Four Seasons in the Big Apple on Sunday, People reported.

"I'm a real housewife!" wrote Frankel in a Monday morning posting on Twitter. "On way to honeymoon. best night of my life. your messages were so beautiful & sentimental. have a great week tweeps!"

The ceremony -- which was filmed by Bravo for its upcoming Bethenny's Getting Married? reality series -- was attended by Frankel's The Real Housewives of New York City co-stars Alex McCord and Ramona Singer.

Singer told People the wedding was "amazing" and described it as "the Rolls Royce of weddings."

The ceremony took place in the Four Season's pool room and the guests dined on lobster ravioli, sirloin steak and fish, and a red velvet wedding cake.

"[The night] was full of emotion and laughter -- a beautiful wedding," a Frankel friend told People.

Frankel told The New York Post in a Saturday report that her gown was designed by Amsale and added that she paid for most of the wedding.

"I'm paying for guests, and there's probably some perks that Bravo's worked out," Frankel told The Post. "Any perks that Bravo's worked out, great!"

In addition, sources told The Post that Frankel and Hoppy's honeymoon wasn't paid for by the couple since it will be filmed for Bethenny's Getting Married? -- which Bravo picked up in January and will reportedly air this summer.

"We don't divulge any details about production," a Bravo representative told The Post.

Frankel got engaged to Hoppy -- whom she began dating in December 2008 -- in October. She is currently seven months pregnant with their first child.
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The Real Housewives of New York City's third season premiered earlier this month.