The Real Housewives Of Dubai Season 1 Release Date, Cast, And More Information

The rest of the housewives need to watch out! Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Dubai" could steal the crown from the drama queens from New Jersey, Beverly Hills, and the O.C. "RHODubai" is the 11th city in the franchise, but it will be worth waiting for. "RHODubai" and its stars are expected to be extra because Dubai is an ultra-luxe billionaire's playground. The official Bravo synopsis of the series reveals that the successful Bravo formula has been dialed up for drama: "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.'"

Following the news that "RHODubai" would be joining the Housewivesverse in November 2021, producer Andy Cohen hyped up the new series in an official statement, announcing (per The Hollywood Reporter), "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."

Even the show's tagline promises a new level of Housewives theatrics: "They're taking Dubai by storm." Snap! Grab your popcorn and beverages and get ready to watch because it's going to be a wild ride.

When will The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 1 premiere?

The long-awaited "The Real Housewives of Dubai" Season 1 begins on June 1, at 9 p.m., Variety reports. With "RHODubai" premiering alongside "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" Season 12, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" Season 14, and the upcoming "Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip" Season 2 on Peacock, it's going to be a sizzling summer for Bravo fans.

Cast member Caroline Stanbury posted a teaser video on Instagram of the newest Housewives, writing, "#RHODubai glitters in gold when the series premieres June 1st on @BravoTV! the b**** is back." Stanbury is a beloved Bravolebrity who starred in "Ladies of London" from 2014 to 2017 and is expected to give Teresa "Table Flipper" Giudice and other iconic wives a run for their money as the apparent queen of the Dubai installment.

And once fans read about the rest of the cast, they will be even more excited about the first-ever international Housewives franchise.

Who is The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 1 cast?

There's a ton of buzz about "The Real Housewives of Dubai" cast. Bravo gave fans a peek behind the curtain before the June 1 premiere, so let's dive in! Nina Ali was raised in Texas and moved to Dubai in 2011. Nina shares three children with her husband Munaf Ali, and she co-founded luxury bakery FruitCake, juggling work and family like a pro. In May she posted a sweet message for her daughter on Instagram, writing, "I only hope to inspire you as much as you inspire me."

Former Miss Jamaica Lesa Milan is part of the Dubai cast. She's married to Richard Hall and they share three boys. Milan owns the luxury maternity line, Mina Roe. According to People, "RHODubai" cast member Chanel Ayan is Dubai's first Black supermodel. Ayan owns a talent agency and is launching a new makeup and skincare line. The entrepreneur was featured in Forbes in March. As for her personal life, Ayan is married and has a teenage son.

Dubai cast member Dr. Sara Al Madani is a force of nature, a successful single mom who aims to inspire young women. Madani proclaimed on Instagram, "Don't apologize for being strong, for being smart, for knowing what you want ... Don't ever change." Dubai Housewife Caroline Brooks is a Boston-born businesswoman who built a real estate empire in Dubai. Among the fabulous group, British ex-pat Caroline Stanbury will lead the "RHODubai" cast to reality TV gold.

The Real Housewives of Dubai secret weapon is Caroline Stanbury

The X factor of "The Real Housewives of Dubai" is Caroline Stanbury. The British blonde was a fan favorite on Bravo's "Ladies of London," a UK version of "Real Housewives." Viewers were obsessed with Stanbury, an English Regina George with a posh accent and a vulnerable side that made her likable (sometimes). The "LoL" star uses her wit as a weapon, slaying her frenemies with her killer side-eye. There are already Reddit threads devoted to iconic quips from Stanbury, who told her "LoL" castmates, "I'm not here for your amusement. You're here for mine."

In 2017, Stanbury moved from London to Dubai with her now ex-husband Cem Habib and their three kids, per Bravo. Stanbury and Habib divorced in 2019, and she launched a relationship podcast, "Divorced Not Dead." The reality star found love again with former Real Madrid footballer Sergio Carallo. E! News reported she and 27-year-old Sergio married in Dubai in December 2021.

Now, the returning star is stirring the pot with the famed "Housewives." The queen of mean expressed tough love on the "Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef" podcast for scandalized Beverly Hills housewife Erika Jayne. Stanbury said (via Heavy), "No matter what you feel and how sympathetic you feel, when you see her wearing designer things and all of this stuff, you're like, oh God, just take it all." Sigh. We can't wait to see Stanbury back in action.