The first season of Real Housewives of Dubai is heating up as the latest addition of the Bravo franchise gives domestic fans a peek into the lives of the wealthy and elite of the city of Gold. Nina, a former resident of the world''s tallest tower, is extremely down to earth, kind, funny, and approachable, sometimes making audiences forget that she is filthy fucking rich. Nina and her husband Manuf Ali have been married for 11 years, and the power couple has grown into a wonderful
Nina and Manuf are talking about Nina''s anniversary present in this exclusive clip from tonight''s episode of Real Housewives Of Dubai. Depending on how extravagant she is, Nina asks for a new number plate, and she decides to take a regular license plate. Although such a gift may seem extravagant, you haven''t seen anything yet. If youre getting a brand-new Rolls-Royce, why not get a nice number plate with a fancy nume?
In a confessional interview, Nina explains that, in Dubai, the lower the number, the more prestigious it is. People pay millions of dollars for license plate numbers. What''s even more disturbing is what Manuf declares next, The number plate D5 sold in Dubai for 33 million dollars. In disbelief, Nina claims, 33 million for a license plate? I would never justify spending that much on a license plate. Nor could we, Nina.