'The Real Housewives of Dubai' Cast Is Ready to Reign in Season 2 Teaser -- Watch

Get a first look at the upcoming installment of Bravo's 'RHODubai' before it's premiere in June.

It's time for a summer of luxury and shade, thanks to a new season of The Real Housewives of Dubai. On Thursday, Bravo released the teaser for the upcoming installment of the 11th city in the franchise, giving fans a first look at what to expect for the highly-anticipated follow-up to 2022's first season.

As previously announced, the season 2 cast includes returning housewives Chanel Ayan, Caroline Brooks, Sara Al Madani, Lesa Milan and Caroline Stanbury, with new housewife Taleen Marie joining the ladies. 

The supertease previews "new beginnings" for the housewives as they indulge in poolside adventures, fabulously themed dinners and lunches, fashion shows and, of course, plenty of shade in the sand. It's no surprise that between all the drinks, dresses, and debauchery, there are accusations of castmates disrespecting each other, warnings not to "steal my friend," and shouting matches at dinner tables. A regular night out for the Housewives!

Take a look at RHODubai's season 2 trailer below: 

Last January, Nina Ali announced that she was stepping away from the series and cited "new challenges" in her life as her reason for leaving the show. The Lebanon-born, Texas-raised lifestyle content creator, who's lived in Dubai for more than a decade, showcased her life on the series alongside her husband, Munaf, and their three children.

"It was an honor to be a part of the debut season of The Real Housewives of Dubai, and to help @bravotv bring this beloved franchise to the city I call home. I’m grateful to the network, Andy Cohen, and the team at Truly Original for welcoming me into this extended family and for embracing the diversity of riches Dubai has to offer," Ali wrote in an Instagram post. "2023 has already brought many exciting opportunities my way, including an emerging new business, new home and new adventures, so for now I’ll be moving my attention away from the show to allow myself the space to focus on new challenges."

"I wish my fellow Housewives all the best moving forward. I’ll be cheering you on! ♥️💫," she added.

Ali was met with well wishes in the comments from her Bravo family, including Brooks, who wrote, "If I try to put into words how much I love and care about you it will take a lifetime. My Ninzzzzz ♥️," and Bravo, which showed it support for the TV personality by leaving behind a red heart emoji.

Ali, an original member of the show, spoke to ET ahead of season 1's premiere about what the United Arab Emirates thinks of the Real Housewives franchise.

"This is a first to the region," Ali shared in May. "So, I think a lot of people -- the ones that know Housewives Housewives understand it, and the ones who don't, there's this misconception that the Housewives of Dubai means that literally, housewives sitting at home, ironing and cooking and going to Waitrose down the street, but it's not."

She continued, "I think that's where some of the misconceptions comes, 'cause here they are, they see six very successful women on their screen and they're like, 'That's not a housewife, I know she has a business and I know this.' So, I think that a lot of people will actually be surprised when they do finally see the show and realize, 'Guys, we're not, like, literally housewives.'"

The Real Housewives of Dubai season 2 premieres on Sunday, June 2, at 9 p.m, ET/PT on Bravo.

Then, beginning Tuesday, June 11, the series will move to its regular timeslot of Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.  Episodes will stream next day on Peacock. 


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