RHODubai’s Caroline Stanbury is back with a new husband under 20

RHODubai's Caroline Stanbury is back with a new husband under 20


Carolyn Stanberry knows a thing or two about the world of reality TV. After he starred in Bravo London ladies A few years ago, and an extended appearance on List of Million Dollar Los AngelesCaroline is back to work with The Real Housewives of Dubai. It promises to be a season full of drama. However, Caroline knows exactly what she’s getting into, and she’s not holding back.

While the UK national hadn’t seen the new show yet when I sat down with her women’s health, has opened up about her decision to return to the world of reality TV and how it has changed over the years. So, without further ado, let’s catch up with Caroline Stanberry, the reformed lady of London and the new homemaker of Dubai.

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

Since the debut of the 2014 season of London ladiesLife looks different for Caroline. She’s a new city queen, she has a new husband, and she’s softened her edges a bit. “I’ve probably become a better person, and I’m a nice person,” she says, noting that her life was incredibly hectic during filming. very funny All those years ago. “I think now I have more time for myself,” she says. “I said I’d never do it again, but now I’m busier than ever and I’m more successful than ever, which is really exciting.”

Caroline hosts the “Divorced Not Dead” podcast, is a luxury brand ambassador and recently launched a new shoe collection, according to her Bravo bio.

Caroline says she now has a “new life,” which she describes as “softer” and “much less strict.” She is more focused on herself these days. “It’s not so much about anyone else and more about me,” she explains.

I fell in love with a former Real Madrid footballer.

There is a new handsome man in Caroline’s life! When everyone met her very funnyCaroline is married to financier Jim Habib and has three children. They eventually separated in 2019, and she is now married to ex-Real Madrid footballer, Sergio Carallo. And boy, are they still in the honeymoon phase! “Married life is really great,” says Caroline.

Now, after filming for the first season wrapped, the lovebirds are busy nesting. “We just bought our first home together,” says Caroline. Do you. The couple have an age gap of nearly twenty years during filming (Sergio from 27 to 45 for Caroline), and were first diving into their lives together. “It’s kind of a workout,” Caroline says. “I’m going to be rejuvenated with it again.”

While Caroline certainly isn’t unique about making a home in Dubai as an expat, her age-defying love is one. “There are not many women in the Middle East who are married to a man twenty years younger than him. But there are many men who are married to women twenty years younger than him. Therefore, I am definitely breaking the social rules.”

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She hopes that housewives can reshape the way people think in Dubai.

When news first broke that the Housewives franchise would be making its way to Dubai, a few fans expressed concern about gender equality issues in the city. (The UAE is extremely intolerant of the LGBT community, with a threat of imprisonment.) However, all in all, Caroline insists Dubai is “very tolerant”, adding, “I’m a luxury brand ambassador, I’m married to a young man and I have a divorce. A few years ago, I wouldn’t have lived with him before we got married. Things are changing so fast I think.” Housewives of Dubai will re-educate people about what it is like to be here. We are not bound in shackles in the desert. We live a wonderful and very cosmopolitan life.”

About 85 percent of the city is made up of expats who live outside their home country, according to a review of Population of the World. “Dubai is very multicultural,” says Caroline. “It’s a melting pot of different people. All kinds of walks of life live here. I mean, if you told me there would be Jews and Muslims living in the same city here, you know, 10 years ago, everybody would have gone, ‘Impossible.’ You’ll see how far It’s time, it’s all here.”

But there are different “rules” of life in Dubai that housewives have to navigate.

No wine glasses at soccer matches for housewives. You can really only drink alcohol in Dubai if you are at home or at a licensed location. “Every home has a license,” says Caroline. “You just have to think a little differently.” This also applies to her clothes and actions outside the home.

“If I wanted to wear hot panties, I could wear them to the beach. I don’t wear them to a mall, but out of respect, right?” she says. “I can’t kiss in public and get warm in public, but I especially don’t want to watch people flirt in public, so I’m fine.”

But Caroline says, “I Can I lay in bed with all my windows open and put all my diamonds beside the bed without fear of them being stolen. I Can I lose my child in a public place and he does not have a complete breakdown, because he will come back. She described these trade-offs as “invaluable.”

“If I have to think about ordering alcohol legally, the right way, versus having, you know, being robbed in my bed at gunpoint, that’s a no-brainer for me,” she says. “These rules are kind of here to protect you, and once you learn them, it won’t be that hard.” Housewives adjust to the rules, “But really, we all live very well, ssuper Good “.

She’s a longtime professional on the whole reality TV topic.

Caroline explains that participating in a reality show is like regular life with an “extra layer.”

That means working on all of your own routines as normal, even though someone is filming at all times, she says. However, sometimes the camera does not capture the whole person. When asked what shows don’t pick up on her character, Caroline said that “sometimes, maybe your softer side doesn’t show, or you’re too tough because you’re too busy.”

However, she makes it clear that it is difficult Not to be authentic. “Life here is so fast that you don’t really have time to hide anything. It’s not like you can present yourself completely differently. I mean, I definitely can’t – I can’t talk about other girls, but I can’t be someone I’m not.”

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When she watches herself again during an episode, she says she simply takes on the role of “the viewer,” enjoying the show as much as everyone else. Caroline learned a long time ago that she wouldn’t be able to control the camera to show her best angles, but newer girls might have trouble adjusting.

It’s also worth millions.

Caroline don’t mess around. Celebrity Net Worth reports it is worth about $30 million. In terms of business ventures, in 2008 it launched a luxury goods company called Gift Library, but it has since been closed.

You won’t be opposed to another RHODubai season…depending on how this season goes.

There is no news yet about whether RHODubai You’ll get the green light for another season, but Caroline expects it.

“I feel like this show is so good that even if we just lay in the desert and do nothing, everyone will watch just because they are intrigued,” she says. “If they ask me to come back, of course I’d love to come back.”

But she says first that everyone should see how the first episodes go when they are released on June 1. “Let’s talk about it in a few months,” Caroline adds.

Corinne Miller
Corinne Miller is a freelance writer specializing in general wellness, sexual and relationship health, and lifestyle trends, with work emerging in Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Self, Glamour, and more.

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