Carole Radziwill net worth: Carole Radziwill is a journalist, author and reality television star who has a a net worth of $50 million. In addition to her work in journalism, and as an award-winning author, Carole Radziwill is also a cast members on Bravo's hit reality show, The Real Housewives of New York. Before joining the cast of the Real Housewives, Carole Radziwill had a fairly illustrious career. Carole started her career as a journalist in 1986 working as an unpaid intern on the ABC news magazine show 20/20. From there, Carole got jobs as a production secretary on the show Close-Up and eventually managed to land a job working for ABC News legend Peter Jennings. During her stint with Jennings, Radziwill produced news pieces on subjects as disparate as abortion, gun control, and foreign policy issues in countries such as Cambodia and Haiti. After leaving Jennings' documentary unit in 1991, Carole Radziwill spent six weeks stationed in reporting on the Gulf War. She returned to the world of overseas combat correspondence more than a decade later when in 2003 she covered the United States invasion of Afghanistan. For this report, she spent six weeks embedded with the 101st Airborne Division in Kandahar. For her work in TV news, Radziwill has earned a variety of accolades, including Emmy awards and a Peabody award. Carole Radziwill married her coworker at ABC News, Prince Anthony Radziwill in 1994. Anthony Radziwill came from a Polish Royal family. His father was Stanislaw Radziwill the Royal Scion of Poland. His mother, Caroline Bouvier Radziwill, is the youngest sister of former first lady, Jackie Kennedy. Unfortunately, the marriage was short lived because Anthony died of cancer just five years later in 1999. After the death of her husband, Radziwill left ABC News to write a memoir and she also began writing a monthly interview column for Glamour magazine called "Lunch Date." For this column, she has interviewed various celebrities such as Alec Baldwin and Antonio Banderas.