The Tory Burch flagship that I not-so-secretly wish were my private home recently partnered with Elizabeth Street for tea and a special reading of Kelly Florio Kasouf's first book The Super Adventures of Sophie and the City: All in a Day's Work.
Sigh, this episode is depressing. I want to watch rich pregnant women with narcissistic demands, not marital woes. Give me someone who wants to fit her baby boy with a toupee because she hates baldness.
Can I just say that this show's cold opens are funnier than The Office's? This week the two-minute mini-drama centers on a sad pair of "pregnancy suspenders." "I guess they're to hold up your pants?" Hannah mumbles. Oh, honey.
Are you in the mood for a lot of yelling and dick jokes? Well, if you can't find a Jersey Shore rerun, you've come to the right place. This week on Pregnant in Heels, propriety begins to crack like so much Wedgwood china.
Rosie's first client is Tanya, a workaholic, crazy-eyed mother of a toddler who wants Rosie to A) find her a sassy gay assistant to plan a huge pre-baby bash and B) make her look "camera-ready" right after she gives birth.