After the "Real Housewives of Sydney" set a new bar for screaming in public, alleged cyberbullying and drink-throwing, it's time for the Melbourne equivalent to step up their game.
Today Foxtel announced the cast of the fourth season of "The Real Housewives of Melbourne", confirming which of the ladies would be returning, and a few fresh faces who will be joining the crew.
While Pettifleur Berenger, Susie McLean and Chyka Keebaugh won't be returning, Gamble Breaux, Jackie Gillies, Gina Liano, Janet Roach and Lydia Schiavello are all signed on to come back for the fourth season.
The ladies are joined by two new faces, Sally Bloomfield and Lady Venus Behbahni-Clark, here's what we know so far:
Mother of two, the former "Harper's Bazaar" editor owns a homewares store on the Bellarine Peninsula, and a botique hotel in Bali. If that isn't enough, she's also planning on launching an accessories range, with a focus on handbags and sunnies later in the year. Her Instagram is a goldmine of cute family pics and inspirational quotes about drinking too much wine. In a word, she's iconic.
Lady Venus Behbahni-Clark
Born in Persia and raised in Italy, Lady Venus is a lawyer who also has a line of her own contouring cosmetics which, according to her Instagram, will be available in Australia soon. Lady Venus also describes herself as a "mummy to two real dolls" and a "lover of fashion and face art".
"The Realhousewives of Melbourne" will return to Foxtel, however at this stage a date for the premiere has yet to be announced so stay tuned...
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