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Video: The Real Housewives Of Melbourne Season 2 Cast Dish On New Season, Plastic Surgery, Reality TV And More!

Gamble Breaux and Pettifleur Berenger are the new cast members of The Real Housewives of Melbourne. The ladies were up early on Thursday morning at Myer Mural Hall, which is run by The Big Group, the catering business of housewife Chyka Keebaugh, the seven housewives were busy  promoting the second season and dishing about the new season, plastic surgery, drama, social media and more.

The new housewives are art collector and consultant Gamble Breaux and property developer Pettifleur Berenger.

Gamble said she knew what she was getting into. "It's my first opportunity to have fun in front of a camera," she said. "With a little bit of controversy. It's more interesting than staying home and patting the dog."

Reality programs thrive on tension, so how will Pettifleur deal with that? "I'm not necessarily going to get drawn into anything I don't want to," she said. "I have an opinion but it's going to be an intelligent opinion."
Pettitfleur could come to the rescue of fellow Housewives because she's writing a self-help book: "It's about taking control of your thought processes."

The returning housewives are Chyka Keebaugh, Gina Liano, Jackie Gillies, Janet Roach and Lydia Schiavello.

Gina has advice for the new women: "Have fun. The less you care, the happier you will be." Meanwhile Jackie, the psychic, said: "Be honest and keep it real. With social media, don't take that on because you are going to have haters and lovers in life. We all get it. We're not all perfect."

Foxtel's executive director of television, Brian Walsh, paid tribute to Andrea, saying: "Foxtel would like to thank Andrea Moss for being one of Australia's first Real Housewives and we understand her decision not to be part of series two. We wish her much success as she returns to a 'camera free' life to focus on her family and help with the successful business of her husband, Dr Chris Moss."

The series, produced by Matchbox Pictures, is currently airing in the US on the Bravo network, the home of the Real Housewives franchise.

When the series premiered in Australia in February, Foxtel screened one episode several times a week, accruing an average audience of 542,000 viewers – the largest cumulative audience for a Foxtel reality program.

While the number of viewers swell globally, some Housewives are shrinking. Lydia has slimmed down with the help of a personal trainer and while tucking into the delicious and nutritious fresh fruit on the morning-tea buffet, she already gave the quote of the series: "Blueberries give you more brain cells."

Photo Credit: Foxtel
Source/Video Credit: The Age