ETonline invited the stars of Bravo's Ladies of London -- Caroline Stanbury, Juliet Angus and Marissa Hermer -- to join us for Housewives Happy Hour, a web series where we sit down with the stars of The Real Housewives franchise over drinks to dish dirt on their shows, talk cast members old and new, and discuss whatever else just happens to pop up.
Of course, the Ladies of London aren't Housewives, but they're definitely close -- so when they stopped in L.A. before their season two premiere, we had to meet up with them for some traditional British cocktails at a traditional British pub, The Fox and Hounds in Studio City.
"It's bigger, better, faster, sexier," Stanbury said about the new season, which kicks of Sept. 7. The series has been off the air for over a year, but it's back with a bit of a new look and some new faces. Caprice Bourret and Noelle Reno are out, Julie Montagu has been bumped up from "friend" to full time, and Caroline Fleming and Sophie Stanbury, Caroline's sister-in-law, have joined the cast -- and it sounds like new additions will be extremely entertaining.
"Oh, can I just tell you something about Sophie?" Stanbury cooed, launching into a story about her sister-in-law's bachelorette party. "She got so drunk, she stripped down naked ... ran down the road naked, into all the stores that she goes to now, and woke up in the morning and basically said, 'Oh my god. Now I realize why people travel for their hen night.'"
Expect lots of entertainment from Angus, Hermer and Stanbury, too. The three ladies are at the center of the premiere's drama, surrounding a Thanksgiving celebration and Angus' birthday. As for the rest of the season, the women promised us drinking from funnels, "unicorn love babies" ("You'll have to wait and see," per Angus) and lots of love in the end.
Check out the full episode above to hear the Ladies' dream Housewives-style taglines -- and see Angus and Hermer get into it during a game all about manners. Then tune into Ladies of London every Monday night on Bravo at 10 p.m. ET.%perl>