Bravo has added another franchise to The Real Housewives. The Real Housewives of Dubai, the 11th and first international city to air stateside, was announced on April 1. Bravo will air an extended episode of the show tonight (thank you, reality TV gods).
Caroline Brooks is a real estate director, philanthropist, and mother. Also, she owns and operates a new luxury beauty salon and spa called The Glasshouse Dubai. Born and raised in Boston by her Honduran family, Caroline is a first-generation American.
Caroline Stanbury makes her reality TV return. If you are unfamiliar with Caroline, she appeared on Ladies of London in 2017. She and her husband and former Real Madrid player Sergio Carrallo moved to Dubai after the show wrapped. Currently, she hosts a podcast about relationships called Divorced Not Dead.
Nina Ali was born in Lebanon and has lived in Dubai with her husband, Munaf, for the past ten years. She was raised in Texas and currently works as a content creator. It will be up to the mother of three to determine if the cost of her luxurious lifestyle is worth it.
Beauty expert Chanel Ayan runs a talent agency and is launching a makeup and skincare line. Additionally, she is the first Black supermodel in Dubai.
Dr. Sara Al Madani
Sara Al Madani’s Instagram bio lists her as an entrepreneur, investor, and speaker. Born and raised in the UAE, she started her first business at the age of 15. Having been divorced twice, Sara is now a single mother looking for love.
Originally from Jamaica, Lesa Milan lived in Miami for several years before moving with her husband and three children to Dubai. She’ll have to learn how to balance her maternity line and family life this season.