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Bethenny Frankel Is Still Living With Jason Hoppy After Their Split

Not every breakup has to involve slammed doors, silent treatment and lingering bitterness. Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy are proof of that.

Bethenny confirmed their separation just before Christmas, but she and her soon-to-be ex are still sharing the same home.

An unidentified insider tells the new Us Weekly, “There are not plans yet for [Jason] to move out of their NYC loft.”

No doubt the couple’s decision was made with their daughter in mind. Little Bryn is only 2, and at that age it’s especially hard for a child to understand the concept of divorce. A gradual transition will help her adjust more easily.

This is hardly the first case of famous exes living under the same roof. Last winter, Debra Messing split amicably from her husband, Daniel Zelman. For the sake of their son, Daniel remained in their New York digs for a time before moving on to his own place.

Still, Jason and Bethenny are getting a taste of what it’s like to lead separate lives and act as single parents. Us reports that over Christmas, Bethenny jetted off to Colorado while Jason visited his Pennsylvania hometown with Bryn in tow. Now, in her recent tweets, Bethenny talks about doing “one “meaningful activity” with Bryn every day, be it making a special breakfast or visiting a museum.

Sources say Bethenny is “devastated” by the end of her marriage, but determined to carry on. A meme she posted the other day says it all: “Keep Calm and Have a Skinnygirl Cocktail.”

What’s your take? Is it good for divorcing couples to continue living together, or should they get separate digs right away?

[Photo: via PacificCoastNews]

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