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The Daily Dish The Real Housewives of Dubai

Caroline Stanbury Gets Big News About a Baby Boy in Shocking RHODubai Midseason Trailer

Get a sneak peek at what's still to come on The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2.

By Allison Crist

Season 2 of The Real Housewives of Dubai is just getting started — that much is made clear in the midseason trailer (which you can check out in the above video) featuring cast members Caroline StanburyCaroline BrooksLesa MilanSara al MadaniChanel Ayan, and Taleen Marie.

How to Watch

Watch The Real Housewives of Dubai Tuesdays at 9/8c on Bravo and stream next day on Peacock.

"Eat, pray, party!" the group declares at the beginning of the teaser. From there, fans can get a glimpse at the Dubai ladies doing exactly that — but not without encountering some drama along the way. 

Still to come on The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2...

Caroline Stanbury's baby journey continues

Stanbury's husband, Sergio Carrallo, has made it clear that he wants to welcome a child of his own with Caroline (who shares three children with her ex-husband, Cem Habib). And based on the midseason trailer, a baby could indeed be in Stanbury and Sergio's cards, as she seemingly gets told during a palm reading session that she will have another baby — more specifically, a boy.

Caroline Stanbury is surprised by what a psychic tells her at a party.

Sara Al Madani's love life takes a turn

RHODubai viewers recently met Sara's love interest, Akin Fontana, and while the two seemed to be heading in a positive direction, there may be trouble in paradise. She can be seen FaceTiming Akin in the midseason trailer as she notes, "We've been having issues. Nothing is going through with us. And you're not here." His response? As Sara puts it, "He f-cking hung up."

Here's What You May Have Missed on Bravo:

The RHODubai Cast Rocked Lavish Looks at Chanel Ayan's Dinner: "Come as a Queen"
Caroline Stanbury and Sergio Carrallo Can’t Agree on One Aspect of Having a Baby
Who Is Sara Al Madani's Love Interest? Meet Akin Fontana

Longtime RHODubai friendships may crumble

Several RHODubai friendships are on the verge of collapse as Season 2 continues, including the one between Brooks and Taleen. Chanel Ayan is also struggling when it comes to Stanbury and Lesa. As she puts it when describing the two in a confessional interview, "I'm dealing with the biggest witch of [the] Middle East and the biggest bully of [the] Middle East. Hey Stanbury, I'm disappointed in you. And [Lesa], I expected more out of you."

The cast of The Real Housewives of Dubai in a sand setting in front of the Dubai skyline.

See more of what's still to come on The Real Housewives of Dubai by watching the above midseason trailer in full.

Where to watch The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2

The Real Housewives of Dubai airs on Bravo on Tuesdays at 9/8c. 

If you happen to miss a broadcast, you can stream the episode the following day — that's Wednesdays — on, and in the Bravo app.  

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