Thursday, February 8, 2018

The Real Housewives Of Cheshire Season 7 To Premiere In March!

The Real Housewives of Cheshire are currently busy filming the new season of the ITVBe hit reality series. Now, cast member Tanya Bardsley took to Instagram and revealed that the reality show is set to return in March for Season 7.

When Bardsley shared a post of the new season of Dinner Date, which is a Valentine's Day edition.


A fan asked her when the new season of RHOCheshire would return, which Tanya replied:  "It starts again in March lovely."


When a fan asked here if she knew the exact date of when in March the series would return, Tanya replied: "I'm not sure hun."

Last month, Ester Dee took to Instagram to confirm her return to the show and revealed that she was in fact filming scenes for the new upcoming seventh season for the ITVBe hit reality series.

"Ready for my first filming of the year," she wrote, along with the hashtags, "rhocheshire #iamback #czechgirl #season7"


As previously reported, The Real Housewives of Cheshire was officially renewed for Season 7. It was announced during the reunion special for Season 6 that the network will bring back the sassy reality show for a seventh season in 2018.

The network confirmed the news with fans on social media. "Mourning the loss of #RHOCheshire? Never fear, we'll be back soon with Season 7!," they wrote via their official Twitter page. "Make sure you're up to date with the heart breaks and BFFs with this handy little guide..."


Newcomer Nermina Pieters-Mekic also confirmed that the show will be back for a seventh season. although the ladies were remaining tight-lipped on the details. “We’ve had an amazing team that made this all happen. There will definitely be another series,” Nermina told Manchester Evening News.

The renewal came in no surprise after the series won the award for "Best Entertainment Programme" at the Royal Television Society Awards over the weekend.


ITVBe has yet to confirm the full line-up of Housewives for the new seasons. However, sources has revealed that original cast member Leanne Brown became fed up with all the drama and decided to quit the series to focus more on charity work.

“Leanne feels she’s done her time on the show and has had enough,” a source revealed to The Sun. “She’s now off to do a bit of philanthropy which she feels is a lot more worthwhile.”

“It’s what she’s been passionate about and the show was a bit of a sideline really,” the source added. “She’ll obviously be sorely missed as she’s a big character, but I doubt the feeling’s mutual.”

While Brown has not spoken publicly about her exit, she did reply to a fan who was gutted to hear the news of her departure from the series.

"NO! NO! NO! I’m gutted your leaving Rhoc hun. But I think you was pushed by that lying cow!! You’ll be greatly missed," a fan tweeted, which Leanne simply replied: "Xx"


Brown previously threatened to quit the show along with Tanya Bardsley and Ampika Pickston back in April 2017 during the show's fifth season.

“Leanne, Ampika and Tanya were on the verge of quitting altogether this week,” a source told The Sun. “The rows have been getting even worse, so they thought leaving the programme was their only way out.”

“The show is in tatters – another big argument between the wives and that could be it.”

If you may recall, Leanne Brown and former bestie Dawn Ward allegedly have been feuding for the past two seasons due to an unpaid load. As previously reported, Ward and Brown have been feuding over an unpaid £500,000 loan, which played out during Season 5.

The feud began when Leanne and her ex-Man United hubby Wes lent t£500,000 to interior designer Dawn four years ago. But they were said to be furious that nothing has been repaid and feel she taken advantage of their kindness and has no intention of giving it back, reports The Sun.

The publication claimed that the couple hit Dawn with a legal letter threatening legal action. “Filming has been really hard because they don’t want to be near each other,” a source close to production told the publication at that time. “They’re even avoiding going to the same events in case they bump into one another. Leanne feels deeply hurt and betrayed, while Dawn is reeling that their rift was splashed all over the national press.”

Leanne, an original cast member joined the series when the show debuted on ITVBe in 2015, and was part of the series for three years, and a total of six seasons. The show airs two seasons per year.

Season 6 cast included Dawn Ward, Ester Dee, Leanne Brown, Lauren Simon, Nermina Pieters-Mekic, Rachel Lugo, Seema Malhotra, Stacey Forsey and Tanya Bardsley.

Photo Credit: ITVBe

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