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4 Best reality TV show husbands

Reality television isn’t exactly known for being a bastion of morality or laudable conduct. But some of the guys on TV now are great example of what makes a solid, supportive partner. Here are our top four husbands on reality TV:

1. Jason Hoppy, husband of Bethenny FrankelBethenny Ever After

Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy

In addition to being quite a looker, Jason has been an unwavering source of support for Bethenny through crying jags, bouts of insecurity about their relationship, and a pregnancy. One favorite moment: When Bethenny is super-pregnant, wearing a T-shirt and drawstring sweatpants, she points to her belly and says, “You want some of this?” Jason says, “Uh, yeah!

2. Hank Baskett, husband of Kendra Wilkinson, Kendra

Hank Baskett and Kendra Wilkinson

Watching Hank smile adoringly at Kendra at every turn in their reality show is awww-inducing all by itself, but Hank was a continuous voice of support when Kendra was trying to lose her baby weight, saying that she was an inspiration to real women everywhere for losing the weight the healthy way. On one episode, when Kendra told him she wanted to go back to looking sexy for him, he said, “Baby, you are beautiful, and you know it…. I still love you like I did before.” Swoon!

3. Rodger Berman, husband of Rachel Zoe, The Rachel Zoe Project

Rodger Berman and Rachel Zoe

No matter how late Rachel is for events or how many wardrobe changes she goes through before stepping out the door, Rodger has proved himself to be a patient, understanding dude. Not easy when your life is a tornado of appointments, assistants, and fashion, fashion, fashion. He and Rachel just had a baby boy, Skyler Morrison, on March 24. The next day, Rodger tweeted: “Thanks everyone! @rzrachelzoe & I r so blessed & can’t see straight we r so in LOVE with our beautiful boy Skyler Morrison! Home now :)”

4. Bruce Jenner, husband of Kris Jenner, Keeping Up with the Kardashians

Kris and Bruce Jenner

Whether it’s a superhuman tolerance for high-pitched whining and scripted hijinks (hey, he is an Olympic medal winner) or a genuine love for all of his crazy brood (including 10 children!), Bruce has consistently been the lovable, good-natured husband that any reality TV stage mom could hope for. He’s been quoted as saying, “Marriage is better when you’re a little older and you meet the love of your life. You know what you want, what you don’t.”

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