The Return, New Husband and Net Worth of ‘RHODubai’s Caroline Stanbury

Caroline Stanbury Know a thing or two about the world of reality TV.starred in bravo Ladies of London a few years ago, and in million dollar listing in Los AngelesCaroline is in action again This real housewives of dubai. It promises to be a dramatic season. Still, Caroline knew exactly what she was going to do, and she didn’t hold back.

While the British native hadn’t seen the new show when he sat down women’s health, she opened up about her decision to return to the world of reality TV and how she’s changed over the years. So, without further ado, let’s catch up with reformed London lady and new Dubai housewife Caroline Stanbury.

Fans have a lot to catch up with in Caroline’s life.

Since its debut in the first quarter of 2014 Ladies of London, Caroline’s life looks different. She’s the queen of a new city, has a new husband, and her edges have softened. “I’ve probably become a better person, a better person,” she said, noting that she had an extraordinarily busy life while filming Ha ha All these years ago. “I think now I have more time for myself,” she said. “I said I wouldn’t do it again, but I’m busier than ever now and I’m more successful than ever, which is really exciting.”

Caroline is hosting a podcast called “Divorced Not Dead” and she is a luxury brand ambassador who recently launched a new shoe line Bravo biology.

Caroline said she now has a “new life” that she described as “much softer” and “less restrained”. These days, she pays more attention to herself. “It’s not so much about other people as it is about me,” she explained.

She fell in love with a former Real Madrid footballer.

A handsome new man has appeared in Caroline’s life!when everyone knew her Ha ha, Caroline is married to financier Cem Habib, with whom she has three children. They eventually divorced in 2019 and she is now married to former Real Madrid footballer Sergio Carralo. Boy, are they still on their honeymoon? “Married life is amazing, really,” Caroline said.

Now, after filming of the first season ended, the lovebirds are busy building their nests. “We just bought our first house together,” Caroline told WHThe couple, who had an age gap of nearly 20 years during filming (Sergio was 27, Caroline was 45), have been diving headfirst into their lives. “It’s kind of like starting over. I’m going to relive my youth with him,” Caroline said.

While Caroline’s making her home in Dubai as an expat is certainly not unique, her love of anti-aging is. “In the Middle East, not many women marry men who are 20 years younger. But there are a lot of men who marry women who are 20 years younger. So, I’m definitely breaking social norms.”

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She hopes housewives will redefine how people think about Dubai.

when the message first came out housewives franchise will travel to Dubai, some Fans express concern about LGBTQ+ and gender equality issues in the city. (The UAE is very intolerant of the gay community and faces the threat of jail). Still, in general, Caroline insists that Dubai is “very tolerant,” adding, “I’m a luxury brand ambassador and I’m married to a young man, but I’m divorced. A few years ago, before we got married. , I can’t live with him. Things are changing at such a rapid rate that I think the housewives of Dubai will re-educate people about what’s actually going on here. We’re not tied to a camel in the desert. We’ve been Live a very international, cool life.”

According to World Population Review, about 85% of the city’s population is made up of expats living outside their home country. “Dubai is very multicultural,” Caroline said. “It’s a melting pot of different people. All walks of life live here. I mean, if you told me there would be Jews and Muslims living in the same town, you know, 10 years ago, everyone would have said ,”impossible. “You’ll see how far it has come. Everyone’s here.”

But in Dubai, housewives have to abide by different “rules” of life.

These housewives don’t have wine glasses at football games. You really can only drink in Dubai if you are at home or in a licensed establishment. “Every family has a license,” Caroline said. “You just have to think about it a little differently.” This also applies to her clothes and behavior outside the house.

“If I want to wear hot pants, I can wear them to the beach. I don’t wear them at the mall, but out of respect, right?” she said. “I can’t kiss in public and snuggle in public, but I don’t particularly want to see people kissing in public, so I’m fine.”

But, Caroline said, “I were able Lie in bed, open all my windows, and keep all my diamonds by the bed without worrying about them being stolen.I were able Losing my child in public won’t be a complete breakdown because he’ll be back. She called the trade-offs “priceless.”

“If I had to think about ordering my alcohol the right way legally and not being robbed in my bed at gunpoint, that would be a no-brainer for me,” she said. “These rules are there to protect you, and once you learn them, they’re not that hard.” The housewife adapts to the rules, “but seriously, we all live well, ssuperior Well,” she added.

She’s an old expert on the entire reality show.

Caroline explained that being on a reality show was like a normal life with an “additional layer.”

That means doing all your regular private activities naturally, even if someone has been filming, she said. Still, sometimes the camera doesn’t capture the whole person. When asked about the show’s failure to capture her character, Caroline said: “Sometimes, maybe your weak side doesn’t show, or you’re too aggressive because you’re too busy.”

However, she explained that it was difficult no Be real. “Life goes so fast here, you really don’t have time to hide anything. You can’t express yourself completely differently. I mean, of course I can’t – I can’t speak for other girls, but I can’t be me No one.”

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When she looks back on herself in an episode, she says she’s just playing the role of “the audience” and enjoying the show like everyone else. Caroline has long known that she can’t control the camera to show all her best angles, but newcomers may have more problems adjusting.

She is also worth millions.

Caroline wasn’t fooling around. celebrity net worth According to reports, she is worth about $30 million. As far as business ventures go, in 2008, she started a luxury goods company called Gift Library, which has since closed.

She won’t be against another RHODubai season…depending on how this season goes.

no news yet RHO Dubai Will get the green light next season, but Caroline is expected to.

“I do think the show is so good that even if we’re lying in the desert doing nothing, everyone is going to watch it out of fascination,” she said. “If they let me back, of course I’d love to come back.”

But first, she said everyone needs to see how the first episode goes when it releases on June 1. “Let’s discuss it in a few months,” Caroline added.

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