If the current 31 various U.S and international Real Housewives’ series haven’t been enough to satiate your bingeing needs, you’re in luck because a new edition is coming: The Real Housewives Of Dubai.
The eleventh international iteration of the franchise, The Real Housewives Of Dubai follows six powerful and lavish women as they navigate a highly exclusive social scene within the Billionaire’s playground.
If you thought the lives of your favourite housewives were opulent wait until you meet the women living in the “City of Gold”.
Setting itself apart from other series, fans can expect to see the new housewives “dining on mountainside overlooking a valley of 1,000 camels or hosting the wedding event of the year”.
Born in Lebanon and raised in Texas, the lifestyle content creator has been living in Dubai with her husband, Munaf, since 2011. After a difficult childhood, Nina prides herself on being the “real deal”, an approach she also brings to raising her three children.
Supermodel Chanel is as much a boss on the runway as she is off it, juggling motherhood, a successful talent agency and a highly anticipated makeup and skincare launch.
A self-made businesswoman with the nickname Caroline DBX, the Dubai real-estate agent brings a new meaning to the word driven, using any connection—including her ex-husband’s—to provide for her son.
Dr. Sara Al Madani
A UAE native, Sara started her first business at just 15 and has become an inspiration to young women in her region. Outside of her success, the twice-divorced mother-of-one is missing one thing: love.
Founder and designer of luxury maternity label, Mina Roe, the former Miss Jamaica winner fiercely loyal and devoted to her family.
RHOD isn’t Caroline’s first reality series, having appeared on Bravo’s Ladies Of London. The Luxury brand ambassador, reality star and Divorced Not Dead podcast host, has found happiness with former Real Madrid soccer star Sergio Carallo since you last saw her on screen.