Luann de Lesseps' biggest fan has a message for her. Julie Klausner, the star and creator of Hulu's Difficult People and former Real Housewives recapper, appeared on Braov's Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen and had a message for Lu. Klausner has been open about her affection for the Countess and even had her appear on her comedy series opposite Sonja Morgan.
"I am sitting shiva and would appreciate a fruit basket at the very least from you," Klausner told host Andy Cohen about Luann's divorce. "My heart is scrambled eggs ala francaise." What a way to work in that reference, Jules!
Klausner delivered her message of support to The Real Housewives of New York City star directly into the camera.
"Luann, all you need to do is look inside of a mirror and you're going to see the person who's going to get you through this: Her name is Luann," Klausner said. "I'm not concerned about you at all!"
Luann announced her divorce from husband Tom D'Agostino after seven months of marriage.
"It's with great sadness that Tom & I agreed to divorce," she tweeted. "We care for each other very much, hope you respect our privacy during this sad time!"
The couple married on December 31. Their courtship (and troubles) was chronicled on The Real Housewives of New York City. They got engaged in February 2016.
"This was a long time coming but Luann had to come to grips with it herself," a source told E! News after the divorce was announced. "It's a sad time. She married Tom hoping it would last. Unfortunately, expectations were not met."
Luann is currently vacationing in Switzerland. She thanked people on Twitter. "Thank you for the generous expression of warmth, kindness and understanding. Your support and encouragement helps me to get through," she tweeted.
Luann and Sonja previously appeared as themselves in a season two episode of Klausner's Difficult People. The series, which also stars Billy Eichner, returns for its third season on Hulu on Tuesday, Aug. 8.
Watch What Happens Live airs Sunday-Thursday at 11 p.m. ET on Bravo.
(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)