The cast for upcoming reality series, The Real Housewives of Dubai, has been revealed, as hayu dropped a first-look teaser showcasing the stars of the upcoming TV show.

Set to debut in June on the streaming platform, six official Housewives will be joining the drama-fuelled Real Housewives franchise, with one familiar face who fans of Bravo's former series, Ladies of London, will be happy to see making a return.

The Real Housewives of Dubai marks the first original international iteration of the popular franchise, and will delve into the lives of Nina Ali, Chanel Ayan, Caroline Brooks, Dr. Sara Al Madani, Lesa Milan and, fan-favourite, Caroline Stanbury.

Stanbury now works as a luxury brand ambassador and the host of popular relationship podcast, Divorced Not Dead. Though she waded through a break-up, she has now found happiness all over again with former Real Madrid footballer, Sergio Carallo. She discovers however, that marrying someone much younger comes with its own set of challenges; especially when it comes to the topic of having more children...

Ayan meanwhile, is renowned for being Dubai's first Black supermodel. Known for her elegance and style, she's a boss both on and off the runway, juggling motherhood and the launch of an upcoming makeup and skincare line, with running her own talent agency. Audiences will watch as demons from both her past and present rear their ugly head.

Brooks is the daughter of two immigrant parents from Honduras, but was born in Boston and, is proud of being a first-generation, American and Afro-Latina.

Bringing some much-needed diversity to the Real Housewives franchise, she is well-known in Dubai's real estate circles, and has dreams of opening an inclusive spa. With a secure future in mind for both herself and her son, she isn't afraid to use any connections necessary - including her ex-husband's - to ensure those dreams become a reality.

Dr. Al Madani was born and raised in the United Arab Emirates, and finds herself straddling the two, often opposing worlds of modern and traditional. Having started her first business aged just 15, she's since become a prolific public speaker and inspiration to women across the region. Having been twice-divorced however, she's now on the market again, looking for love.

Then we have Jamaica's own Milan, who is living out her dreams as a successful fashion designer in Dubai, as well as being a devoted wife and mother to three. Putting family ahead of all else, she's proud of her luxury maternity fashion line Mina Roe, but worries that her personal life could suffer due to her work commitments.

The Real Housewives of Dubai will be available to stream and download on hayu from June 2nd, 2022.

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