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'Real Housewives of Dubai' Full Cast List: Caroline Stanbury to Nina Ali, here's who Bravo roped in

From supermodels to royalty, Bravo's 'Real Housewives of Dubai' cast is definitely an interesting one
UPDATED MAY 18, 2022
Caroline Stanbury, Dr Sara Al Madani, and Lesa Milan are rumored to be joining the cast of 'Real Housewives of Dubai' (Instagram)
Caroline Stanbury, Dr Sara Al Madani, and Lesa Milan are rumored to be joining the cast of 'Real Housewives of Dubai' (Instagram)

Bravo's wildly popular 'Real Housewives' franchise is known for giving us a peek into the lavish and extravagant lifestyles of wealthy women. Following its success in the United States, Bravo has decided to go international by announcing 'Real Housewives of Dubai'. Considering the city is known as 'City of Gold' and the residents are extremely rich, Bravo couldn't have found a better city for the franchise's international stint. The show's executive producer Andy Cohen explained, "Everything’s bigger in Dubai and I couldn’t be more excited to launch Bravo’s first international Housewives’ series in a city I’ve been fascinated by for years, with an outstanding group of friends as our guides.”

Just like the rest of the 'Real Housewives' franchises, 'Real Housewives of Dubai will focus on "a group of women navigating their relationships, careers and supremely lavish and ultra-wealthy lifestyles in the United Arab Emirates." The show is set to premiere in 2022, the network has not announced the release date or the official cast list, but fans are already busy speculating who might star on the upcoming reality show. From supermodels to royalty, Bravo has zeroed in on some ladies who they believe might be the perfect addition to the show. If you're curious to know who these women are then read on.


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Caroline Stanbury

Caroline Stanbury is the top contender for a spot on 'Real Housewives of Dubai' considering her previous stint on Bravo's reality show titled 'Ladies of London' which aired from 2014 to 2017. This blonde-haired beauty is an aristocrat herself having been born into the Vestey dynasty, which is rumored to be the second wealthiest family in Great Britain. She has been linked to several A-listers in the past including Ryan Giggs and Prince Andrew. Caroline is an extremely successful businesswoman who started of her career as a stylist and is reportedly worth $20 million, according to the Daily Mail. She was married to Turkish financier Cem Habibi and had three children with him. The couple divorced in 2019. Since then, Carolina has been in a relationship with former Real Madrid soccer player Sergio Carrallo. According to reports, the couple tied the knot in a lavish ceremony in Mauritius. 


Dr Sara Al Madani

Ever since the age of 15, Dr. Sara Al Madani has been hustling. At the age of 15, she launched her first business with £4,000 and has been "financially independent" ever since. Today, Sara has several businesses in her portfolio ranging from fashion, food to an event planning business. In 2014, Sara was selected by Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi to be the youngest board member at the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, aged 26. One look at her social media and it's clear as day that Sara lives the high-life. 


Caroline Brooks

Caroline is the executive director at Rent DXB real estate company. She was born in Boston and currently resides in Dubai. She loves travelling around the globe in a private jet. Her Instagram bio she describes herself as a philanthropist and a mom. She was once linked to Kenyan politician Hassan Ali Joho whom she described on Instagram as her "ex". "We are friends and he's a really great guy," she told her followers.


Lesa Milan Hall

Another frontrunner for the cast of 'Real Housewives of Dubai' is Lesa Milan Hall. This Jamaican-born beauty was former Miss Jamaica Universe. She currently resides in Dubai along with her husband Richard Hall, a British financier and their three children. In one of her blog posts, she revealed that she met her husband at a nightclub and he picked her up in a Rolls-Royce Phantom the next morning, before whisking her off to the Bahamas. In an interview with Cosmopolitan ME she revealed dressing up Beyonce as the proudest moment of her career. 


Chanel Ayan

Chanel is a very well-recognized and popular model in the Middle East. This Kenyan-born beauty began modelling at a very early age. After her marriage, she joined Elite Models and moved to New York before relocating to Dubai in 2005. “When I moved to Dubai 14 years ago there was no black modelling in Dubai,” she said during an interview with Punch. “I am the first black model to ever appear on magazine covers in Dubai.” She has worked with Rihanna on her Fenty Beauty line. 


Nina Ali

Nina is the face behind the extremely popular Instagram account 'LipstickMommy'. She moved from Texas to Dubai to be with her husband Munaf Ali. The couple have three children together. Aside from being a successful super influencer on social media, Nina also runs a cake business called Fruit Cake, which delivers fresh and premium quality fruit cakes across  Dubai. 


'Real Housewives of Dubai' premieres on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 9/8c on Bravo.