Who are top 5 richest 'RHODubai' housewives? Designer handbags to mansions, inside the life of the finest
If you're curious to know who the top 5 richest housewives on 'RHODubai' are, then keep reading
With nicknames like 'City of Gold' and 'Billionaire's Playground', Dubai is often considered as the Mecca for the top 1% population of the world! So it shouldn't come as a surprise that Bravo's 'Real Housewives' franchise zeroed in on Dubai as its 11th city. The reality franchise which has become a pop-culture staple thanks to the lavish and glamorous lifestyle of the housewives featured on the show will soon be giving the audience a peek into the extravagant lifestyle of the Dubai housewives.
Ready to squash the Western stereotypes of Middle-Eastern/Arab women are an interesting group of women hailing from various corners of the world who have adopted Dubai as their new home. Whether they’re dining on a mountainside overlooking a valley of 1,000 camels or hosting the wedding event of the year, these ambitious and glamorous women prove everything is more extravagant in the “City of Gold." So if you're curious to know who the top 5 richest housewives on 'RHODubai' are, then keep reading.
Caroline Brooks: $80- $85K
"My spa is going to be the glam central of Dubai. My ex-husband is developing it, my ex-boyfriend is investing in it. It's very expensive to cheat on me, ask my exes." With these lines, the new 'RHODubai' star has already grabbed our attention. Originally hailing from Boston, Brooks moved to Dubai to chase her dreams. She was the executive director of Rent DXB real estate for four years. As she mentioned in the trailer, Brooks is busy working on her salon The Glass House, which she envisions as Dubai's most luxurious salon & spa, offering 5 star services and ultra-luxe amenities!
She's a single mother of an adorable boy named Adam, who recently turned 10. Brooks was briefly linked with Kenyan politician Hassan Ali Joho - whom she described on Instagram as her "ex". She was married to Nigerian footballer Odion Jude Ighalo, but the couple split up. Brooks' net worth has been estimated to be between $80,000- $85,000, the bulk of which comes from her successful career in the real estate space.
Chanel Ayan: $1 Million
As the first Black supermodel of Dubai, Chanel Ayan, born Ayan Pillott, is no stranger to Dubai's high society. Ayan, who was born and raised in Kenya, moved to Brazil at the tender age of 17 to pursue a career in modeling. While in Brazil, she met her American husband Lucas Salves. After spending a few years in America, the couple moved to Dubai.
In an interview with Punch, she shared, "When I moved to Dubai 14 years ago there was no black modeling in Dubai. I am the first black model to ever appear on magazine covers in Dubai. I have been in Vogue countless times, including Vogue Italia and Vogue US. I did shows that were covered on CNN worldwide. I have done every brand in Dubai. I have done Prada, I’m the face of Piaget in the Middle East, face of Channel. I’m the only black girl that did Vogue. I have done big brands like Apple, Van Cleef, and Piaget. It’s amazing to wear a million dollars earrings and 10 million dollars chains. I was the first black to ever do all these in the Middle East." Her passion for her modeling career appears to have paid off as the stunning supermodel has managed to amass a net worth of a cool $1 million!
Dr Sara Al Madani: $1 Million
Most ladies on 'Real Housewives' have established themselves as savvy entrepreneurs, and it's no different with Emirati native Sara Al Madani. Having launched her first business at the age of 15, she is a financially independent lady. Over the years Sara has diversified her portfolio by dabbling in various ventures ranging from the tech industry to wedding planning. 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 at age 26. She holds an honorary PhD in business administration, thanks to all her hustle, Sara's net worth has been estimated to be around $1 million, though we have a feeling that it might see a meteoric rise after her stint on the Bravo reality show.
Lesa Milan: $5 million
Did you really think that there would be no beauty pageant queen amongst the cast of 'RHODubai'? Well, filling in the quota for pageant queen is none other than former Miss Jamaica Universe contestant Lesa Milan. The beauty queen who currently works as a fashion designer of her own brand called Mina Roe is all set to make her big debut on 'RHODubai', but this isn't her first stint on television. She earlier starred on BET's 'College Hill'. Aside from running her own clothing line that specializes in maternity wear, Lesa is also a founder of My Little Makers, which creates toys, books, and media for children. She is married to British financier Richard Hall. The couple has three children together. Lesa's net worth has been estimated to be $5 million.
Caroline Stanbury: $30 million
Born into the Vestey Dynasty, which was believed to be the second richest family in England after the King in 1940, Caroline Stanbury is no stranger to the lavish royal lifestyle. After working as a stylist and PR for A-list celebrities, she launched her own luxury gifting business. The blue-blooded aristocrat who was once linked to Prince Andrew, claims that she works really hard to afford her lavish lifestyle. Her love for designer handbags and shoes has been well-documented on her social media. With an enviable handbag collection worth over $100,000, Caroline is definitely not the one to shy away from indulging in luxuries, and her net worth of an estimated $30 million helps her with it.
'Real Housewives of Dubai' is all set to premiere on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 9/8c on Bravo.