The fabulous ladies of The Real Housewives of Sydney put their best foot forward last night at the world premiere of the reimagined series.
The stylish cast of seven consisting of Terry Biviano, Sally Obermeder, Caroline Gaultier, Victoria Montano, Kate Adams, Krissy Marsh and Nicole O’Neil all stepped out at the glitzy launch party at Zest Waterfront Venues at the Royal Motor Yacht Club in Point Piper on Thursday evening, just five days ahead of the season premiere on October 10 on BINGE.
It’s been six long years since the first season of the RHOS aired, but it was worth the wait as the ladies in the refreshed line-up looked as fierce and fabulous as ever.
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Singer and reality TV star Jack Vidgen led the star-studded guest arrivals for the launch event, opting to wear a classic LBD.
Kyle Sandilands’ ex, model Imogen Anthony, stunned in a sheer, slinky black two-piece ensemble.
Columnist Jana Hocking and FBoy Island couple Molly O’Halloran and Nick Brown also hit the red carpet.
Meanwhile, The Morning Show host, Kylie Gillies, was on hand to support her Seven colleague, Sally Obermeder.
The reality TV show promises to capture the lives of the women from the friendships, fashion, drama and everything in between.
And if their taglines for the highly anticipated season are an indication, viewers are in for one hell of a ride.
“My standards may be high, but the view is stunning,” says shoe designer Biviano, who is also the wife of former NRL star Anthony Minichiello.
Beloved TV presenter Obermeder had a more relatable tagline, with the journalist saying on camera: “I’d rather do it all that have it all.”
Sassy socialite Gaultier’s tagline is, “Judge me by my cover and you’ll miss my story,” while fashion consultant Montano says: “Progress is always better than perfection.”
OG Housewife O’Neil says, “In a city of riches, I find true wealth at home,” and fellow returning Housewife Marsh is keeping it real.
“When you can afford to keep it real, you have no reason to be fake,” she says.
As for Bondi vet Dr Adams, she stays on brand with this tagline: “I may have a soft spot for animals but I’m no pussycat.”
The Real Housewives of Sydney premieres October 10 on BINGE.