RHON: The Real Housewives Of Nairobi
Nairobi, Kenya will host the first season of the ‘Real Housewives’ franchise featuring five of the richest women in the country.
After successes in Durban, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Lagos and Abuja, The Real Housewives are finally making their way into East Africa. The Real Housewives of Nairobi, which premieres on Showmax on February 23, may have hit reality TV gold by expanding the show to more African countries and ensuring continuity with more seasons. I have.
Fans can expect an endless amount of drama when The Real Housewives of Nairobi soon premieres every Thursday.
The reality TV show follows the lavish lives of five Kenyan women working in media, entertainment and entrepreneurship, crafting its own dynamics while noting the threads and clues that make the show an obsession. adjust.
The Real Housewives franchise, licensed as a format by NBCUniversal Formats, is represented in this East African version produced by D&R Studios. Find out which cast members are sure to hold our interest for weeks.
1. Susan Kaitany
No stranger to the limelight, Kaitany originally gained notoriety as a teenage model and was named Miss Earth Kenya in 2004. She was able to enter her Miss Earth pageant in the Philippines with competitors from all over the world thanks to her title.
Due to her strong passion for fashion and beauty, she gave up her legal career to pursue a career in hospitality.
Kaitany has established herself as one of Kenya’s leading beauty entrepreneurs and socialites by founding Posh Palace, a multi-million dollar beauty empire that includes a hair salon and spa in Nairobi. Her taste for bold haircuts is reminiscent of the arrival of The Real Housewives of Nairobi in rich visuals, and she’s also keeping up with runway trends by strutting the latest collection of Kenyan apparel from her brand, Aulgah Nato. I’m here.
2. Vera Siddiqa
Vera Siddiqa is definitely the person Real Housewives of Nairobi needs in their show. Enjoys making a fuss with her vantage point. She gained notoriety the year before when she had to have her butt implants removed due to health problems and encouraged young girls to value her natural body. rice field.
The 33-year-old has made headlines as a video vixen despite having a large social media following in Kenya. In 2015, she made her reality television debut when she appeared on the show Nairobi Diaries, which included celebrities and socialites.
She started herbal slimming tea Veetox in 2017 and opened a beauty salon in Mombasa the following year, becoming a successful business woman.
Siddiqa, who is married to singer Braun Mauzo, has a daughter and is expecting a second child.
3. Sonal Maherari
Mother of four, Sonal Mahreali has established herself as one of Kenya’s top luxury video bloggers. In 2016 she started her YouTube channel where she posts videos on shoes, luxury travel, lifestyle, fashion and various other topics.
As it needs to be repeated, Sonal has an obsession with expensive designer shoes. Although she is calm and soft-spoken, she admits that for The Real Housewives of Nairobi, she can break her character if necessary.
Maherari is married to Ali Maherari, President and Chief Executive Officer of Executive Healthcare Solutions (EHS), Aetna International’s leading company in Africa.
Simba Maharani is a designer shoe and clothing collection owned by Maherali.
4. Minne Kariuki
Minne Kariuki’s appearance in Real Housewives of Nairobi comes as no surprise to those who remember her as Mariah from Showmax’s Single Kiasi episode.
Her on-screen persona features all the tone beats of a Real Housewife, like living in a luxury condo, enjoying champagne, and taking her private jet to fancy places. Importantly, it brings snark and sassiness to The Real Housewives of Kenya.
The youngest actor in the cast, Kariuki is married to musician Charles Miugai, aka Laguz Kenya, with whom he has two daughters.
5. Lisa Christophersen
Lisa Kristoffersen is a successful Danish businessman with ties to Tanzania, working at the heart of select luxury safari experiences and interior design.
Christoffersen is the founder of Lioness Rally, Kenya’s first women-only rally team, and Lifestyle Nairobi, an artisanal venue with art galleries, restaurants, spas, organic stores and fashion boutiques in Jigiri, Nairobi’s diplomatic district. .
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