The reality series returns to ITVBe this Autumn.
The RHoC ‘cast’ strike a pose in 2018.
“It is our pleasure to welcome a new face to Cheshire and we couldn’t be happier that Leilani will be joining the ladies this series. As ever with the Housewives, we’ll see their relationships tested but we will also witness new, and unlikely, friendships being formed. Series 10 promises to deliver all the twists and turns that viewers have come to expect and the Housewives will be sure to shake things up!” – Executive Producer Mike Swindells
The Real Housewives of Cheshire and their glitzy lifestyles are returning for a tenth series. The ten-part series, plus a reunion show, will launch later this Autumn on ITVBe.
The series will see the return of Dawn Ward, Tanya Bardsley, Rachel Lugo, Ester Dohnalová, Seema Malhotra, Perla Navia and Hanna Miraftab while Christine McGuiness and Nermina Pieters-Mekic will be back as guests. A new Housewife will also join the Cheshire set, Leilani Dowding, former page 3 girl and Miss Great Britain.
Girlfriend to Billy Duffy, lead guitarist and songwriter of rock band The Cult, Leilani will be sure to bring her feisty attitude to Cheshire – but can she compete with the Cheshire elite? ITV further note of the new arrival that she is a ‘keen equestrian, doting dog owner and animal activist’ with her own luxury clothing line (LeiLuna Collection).
The rest of the Cheshire Housewives set promise not to disappoint either… Ester’s modeling ambitions are given a huge boost when she’s offered an opportunity to go international; the excitement builds as Hanna prepares for the wedding of a lifetime; Dawn tries to accept that her daughters are spreading their wings whilst Rachel looks to the future after a tough few months and Tanya reinvents herself as a bona fide Boss Lady!
Viewers can expect the usual themes of fun, friction, gossip, laughs and, of course, glamour.
“ITVBe is pleased to welcome back some of the most amazing women on television for a tenth season! This Autumn we’ll also be celebrating the 100th episode of the show that has become a fan favourite amongst our core audience of young women and young mums” – Paul Mortimer, Head of Digital Channels & Acquisitions, ITV