Foreign Policy: What You Need to Know
Is there a group with better international relations than our Real Housewives? Okay don’t be all uncool, people, we’re talking about their fabulous trips abroad! Yes, our ‘Wives have explored the ruins of Thailand, climbed the Eiffel Tower in Paris and even the safaried in Africa. May we never forget NeNe Leakes’ fear of elephants:
Always a key moment in the lives of our Housewives, these trips on foreign soil are often where problems come to a head and important pacts made. Yes, how Housewives navigate in foreign waters affects their standing in the minds of Americans across the country. That is what makes this issue so crucial in Decision 2016.
The Decision 2016 Breakdown
It was a rough year for foreign policy, Bethenny Frankel’s Mexican tequila dreams and Dorinda Medley's Hawaiian hopes were dashed by medical emergencies. Diaster also stuck for The Real Housewives of Orange County in Glamis. Side note: while not technically out of the country, Glamis was a very differnet world for our ‘Wives - we mean, Heather Dubrow was in an RV, people. Unfortunately, things got a lot worse for our OC ladies in Glamis than Heather having to cook chef-made hot dogs. Let’s relive the intense scene now.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' trip to Dubai brought us crazy rides in the dunes, caftan couture moments, and a visit to the tallest building in the world. But the Dubai was also the culmination of a Season's worth of drama surrounding - you guessed it - Munchausens. The battle of Lisas came to a head when Lisa Rinna finally "went there" claiming that she wasn't taking the fall for Munchausens. Lisa R. called out Lisa Vanderpump for rewriting the truth - and Kyle Richards was caught in the middle. Watch the Munchausen mayhem below:
While #RHOA BFF tiffs and schools of shade were had in Jamaica, we believe the best effort at bridging international ties was with, of course, Cynthia Bailey's ‘mercial. What better way to honor the Carribbean Island than filming your stunning sunglasses commerical there? We're sure the tourism board was twirling with happiness when they saw the finised product.