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Lydia Schiavello Talks About Her New Business Venture ‘Lydia’s Kitchen’ And Thinks Jackie Gillies Is ‘So Biased’ When It Comes To Janet Roach’s ‘Condescending’ Behavior!

Lydia Schiavello is taking to her Arena Blog to dish on this week's episode of The Real Housewives of Melbourne. Lydia Schiavello talks about her new business venture Lydia's Kitchen and her issues with both Jackie Gillies and Janet Roach.

Lydia writes:

"It was good to catch up with Gina after Mexico and to hear how our little boys, Noodles and Figaro handled themselves while we were away.    They are SO important!

It took some time and countless conversations for both Gina and myself to wrap our minds around the numerous arguments that occurred throughout the trip.  Honestly, it was boring. There was no logic, or continuity with so many of the discussions.  I have never seen grown women behave this way before in my life.  So many misconceptions, wild acquisitions and baseless statements.   Honestly, I don’t know what was in the water!

Janet’s not my cup of tea.  I find her constant quips from the cheap seats tiring. It surprises me that she cannot add any more value and wisdom to our conversations.  She is, after all, the most experienced woman amongst us.   I find it equally unusual that Jackie can never find a decent word to say about me. Nothing positive or empowering, the things that she prides herself on being.  She’s so biased and cannot see that Janet’s dialogue is condescending and a continual “put down”.  It is naive behavior from Jackie which I also find disconcerting, given her constant claims about her perceptive abilities.

I think Jackie is very courageous to have her “Shine event” and expose her spiritual narrative. Support, empowerment and inspiration are needed. Some of these people are vulnerable and reaching out for answers, but I don’t think it’s a great idea to be calling God a fucking C**T under any circumstance.  What God in this Universe would send you an Angel after that blasphemous statement?

Hungry anyone…?   In Lydia’s Kitchen things are steaming up. I was so excited to have my own Genie in a bottle, Queen Gina and Paris sharing my childhood food memories with them. I love doing weekly classes.   I meet so many amazing people whilst sharing what I love most. It was exciting and hilarious having Michael and Gina partake in one of my cooking classes, they were loads of fun and my onion goggles were a HIT.   Hopefully, I can broaden my audience and actually expand this whole idea about life, eating and entertaining. Let’s keep having fun, enjoying life and try to be kind to one and other with a full tummy. Visit  book a class this week and you’ll receive a gift."

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The Real Housewives of Melbourne airs Wednesday nights at 8:30pm on Arena! For International TV Listings, click here!

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