Lesa Milan and Caroline Stanbury get into a standoff on 'RHODubai' season finale
Aside from Stanbury and Milan's drama, the 'RHODubai' finale episode will also feature the former getting her eggs removed and fertilized
DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: Bravo's 'Real Housewives of Dubai' kicked off with bubbling tension between Caroline Stanbury and the rest of the housewives, especially Chanel Ayan and her best friend Lesa Milan. As the season progressed things continued to gradually worsen between them. So, get ready to watch some explosive fights and drama between Milan and Stanbury on the upcoming season finale of the Bravo show.
In the preview clip released by the network, we see Milan confronting Stanbury in front of the group. She asks Stanbury if she thinks she's a "negative person". Without missing a beat, Stanbury cautiously replies that Milan is negative toward her. The other ladies chime in and ask Milan what prompted her to ask Stanbury this and whether there was any specific instance that triggered this odd line of questioning. The Mina Roe designer then explained how Stanbury called her "poison" in their group text.
Stanbury defends herself by pointing out how she was called "messy" by Milan. Looks like the Mina Roe designer was in no mood to back down as she retaliates by cheekily declaring that Stanbury is messy. It looks like the season finale is going to be pretty dramatic, and we're all here for it.
Aside from Stanbury and Milan's drama, the finale episode will also feature the former getting her eggs removed and fertilized. The doctor can be heard saying that they got five healthy eggs from Stanbury, while her husband Sergio Carrallo excitedly watched over her. It looks like Stanbury is really ready to give Sergio a baby just to keep their relationship going!
We also see Ayan on a phone call with her mother, recounting how her father tried to get her married off at a young age and her mother stopped it. Ayan expresses gratitude to her mother for saving her, while her mother gets very emotional.
Alongside these intense moments, there are several lighter moments as well, when the ladies enjoy a camel ride. Die-hard housewives fans would know how camel rides and the housewives don't get along (looking at you Luann de Lesseps), so we'll just have to see if the Dubai housewives too keep up the legacy of unfortunate camel rides or manage to break it and actually have a safe and fun camel ride.
'Real Housewives of Dubai' airs every Wednesday at 9/8c on Bravo.