The Real Housewives of Dubai

‘Real Housewives Of Dubai’ Cast Revealed: Meet The Rumoured Housewives

The Real Housewives of Dubai was just announced earlier today (November 1) and already, rumours are running rampant about what exactly the final cast will look like. Thankfully, Twitter already has all of the answers for us.

According to former TMZ reporter Anthony Dominic, the women expected to join The Real Housewives of Dubai are former Ladies of London star Caroline Stanbury, Caroline Brooks, Chanel Ayan, Sara Al Madani, Lesa Milan Hall and Nina Ali.

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Anthony previously revealed the cast of The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip before any one else, so it is safe to say that we can trust this latest news on RHODubai — at least until we hear something official from Bravo.

As previously reported, the Real Housewives franchise is expanding to the United Arab Emirates with today’s announcement and it is the first time that Bravo has done so in the franchise, with all other cities being located in the United States.

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Former Ladies of London star Caroline Stanbury is rumoured to be joining the cast of The Real Housewives of Dubai, also known as RHODubai. (Photo: AP)

Shows like The Real Housewives of Cheshire and The Real Housewives of Melbourne are done under the Bravo license, but those shows are not actually Bravo shows, instead airing on local Bravo-affiliates. Caroline Stanbury famously appeared on three seasons of Ladies of London, which was a joint ITV-Bravo production but did not fall under the Real Housewives franchise.

The Real Housewives of Dubai is expected to premiere on Bravo in 2022.

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