What are the 'Real Housewives of Dubai' net worth estimates?

The ladies are doing nicely in the City of Gold

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Bravo decided to jet set to the UAE, and its international venture has resulted in a major helping of glitz and glamour. 

Just have a look at the Real Housewives of Dubai net worth estimates. The likes of Caroline Stanbury and Chanel Ayan seem to be doing well financially in the City of Gold...even if their social engagements appear to be rocky. 

If you have yet to explore the newcomer to the Housewives franchise, you're missing out on quite the lavish—and dramatic—experience. (Hey, they don't call it the City of Gold for nothing.) 

The 'Real Housewives of Dubai' net worth estimates

With some sleuthing and reports from The Cinemaholicand Reality Tidbit, here's what Bravo's latest leading ladies are reportedly bringing home. 

Caroline Stanbury

Stanbury has Bravo in her blood: before she made her way to Dubai, the Brit starred in the network's short-lived Ladies of London in 2014. 

A former stylist, she now runs a relationship podcast titled Divorced Not Dead and serves as a luxury brand ambassador. In 2021, she debuted a collection alongside Black Suede Studio. 

So, how much does this equate to? Estimates say nearly $30 million.

Sara Al Madani

Al Madani is an Emirati local who began working at the humble age of 15, which is when she started modeling and working towards making traditional clothing more adventurous. 

Since her teens, Al Madani has evolved from of the fashion scene and became a public speaker inspiring women all over the country to be fearless and pursue their dream careers. 

A former board member of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the UAE SME Council in the Ministry of Economy, Al Madani's net worth is believed to be $2 million.

Chanel Ayan

The Somali and Ethiopian socialite started her career as a model. During that time, Ayan starred in campaigns for a variety of luxury brands. Once in the UAE, she was the first black supermodel in the country, a title she holds dear to her heart. 

In the 18 years since she's called the City of Gold home, she's started a talent agency and created a cosmetics line, Ayan by Toni Malt and Ayan Skin, all of which contribute to her reported net worth of roughly $1.5 million.

Caroline Brooks

A U.S. native, Brooks initially picked up and relocated to Dubai with her now ex-husband to start a business together. 

Though the two have parted ways, her "appetite for business," according to Bravo, only got stronger. She's considered a premiere realtor in Dubai and the founder of the Glass House Salon and Spa. 

As she says in the Real Housewives of Dubai trailer, "My ex husband is developing it, my ex boyfriend is investing in it. It's very expensive to cheat on me."

She reportedly has earned $2 million. 

Nina Ali

Hospitality seems to be a huge part of Ali's life. Not only is she married to hotel entrepreneur Munaf Ali, but she started a premium fruit cake business once in Dubai. The foodie lifestyle ultimately landed her a reported net worth of $5 million.

Lesa Milan

The former Miss Jamaica winner is the founder of the luxurious maternity fashion brand, Mina Roe and married to financier and real estate developer, Richard Hall. She reportedly has earned roughly $5 million. 

As you might've imagined, the antics on the reality series are as grand as the women's bank accounts. If you can't resist TV shows about gossip and drama, Bravo's latest Housewives franchise airs on Wednesdays. 

Danielle Valente
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