In the first Real Housewives of Dubai trailer, Phaedra Parks makes a surprise comeo

In the first Real Housewives of Dubai trailer, Phaedra Parks makes a surprise comeo ...

The first trailer for The Real Housewives of Dubai is now available, and Phaedra Parks makes a surprise surprise comeo.

Give me the tea. Today is really thirsty, and the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum jokes to Caroline Brooks while sipping on a cocktail.

Phaedra, if you missed me, Brooks responds with a laugh.

The trailer reveals some extravagance and drama among the new cast members, which include Nina Ali,Chanel Ayan, Dr.Sara Al Madani, and Caroline Stanbury, who played Miss Louis in the role of Ladies of London.

Ayan claims that there''s a lot of potential here, and there are also a lot of gold diggers.

The women in Dubai are far from disrespectful. Stanbury adds in a confessional that the majority of the women are working in this city.

Stanbury makes her very anticipated return to Bravo in a big way, with her wedding to Sergio Carallo playing out on television. However, her real Madrid soccer player beau tells her she wants her own.

Brooks is focusing on opening her own spa, or as she calls it, the glam centre of Dubai. During a group dinner, she tells her co-stars that her ex-husband is developing the property, while an ex-boyfriend is investing in it.

Brooks joking in a confessional: "It''s very costly to cheat on me." Ask my exes.

Milan, who was previously Miss Jamaica, conducts her first fashion show for Mina Roe, a luxury maternity line. Milan excels in balancing work and her three boys as well.

Was she still working on her modeling career even if she include sharing the spotlight with a camel or two?

After coming from a rocky childhood, she found love with her husband, which she later breaks down in the teaser.

According to a new trailer, Dr. Al Madani has continued to search for Mr. Right after being a two-time divorcee.

Ali has a distinguished business career with her fruit cake company, but her workload has since doubled if not tripled, according to Ali. A mother to three, she feels overwhelmed in one scene by [her] family''s pressure.

Season 1 of The Real Housewives of Dubai premieres on Bravo on Wednesday, June 1 at 9 p.m. ET.

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