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Former ‘Real Housewives of D.C.’ Stars: Where Are They Now?

10 years ago today, The Real Housewives of D.C. made its worldwide debut on Bravo. The controversial series was canceled after one season due to the show's infamous White House scandal.

The cast included: Cat Ommanney, Lynda Erkiletian, Mary Amons, Michaele Schon (previously known as Michaele Salahi), and Stacie Turner.

The show premiered on August 5, 2010, and ran for 11 episodes and wrapped up with a two-part reunion in October 2010.

Find out what the ladies what been up too ten years after the network canceled the series due to the show's white house scandal courtesy via Us Weekly.

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Cat Ommanney and husband Charles Ommanney split in 2010 before the show even aired.

“Obviously, my marriage fell apart and so my life has been completely turned upside down and inside out. I’ve had to do some major soul searching and I still am. Hopefully, things will start to improve,” she told at the time.

After the show wrapped, Cat moved back to the U.K. and raised her two eldest daughters Jade and Ruby. News broke in 2012 that Cat became a mother for the third time, welcoming daughter Zara Isabella with then-boyfriend Rick. Cat now seemingly lives in Mallorca, Spain.

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Lynda Erkiletian runs a modeling firm, The Artist Agency, and works as the executive director for the James and Paula Coburn Foundation.

Lynda and Cat reminisced on RHODC via Instagram Live when Bravo aired a marathon in May 2020. “It was such a super high to experience today and have us all together [via social media],” Lynda said. “It was really a lot of fun.”

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Mary Amons and husband Rich Amons split after 26 years of marriage in 2012. As fans may recall, they share five kids: Lolly, Ryan, Alexandra, Meghan, and Matt.

“It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I have decided to end my 26-year marriage. While I have the deepest respect for my husband and wish him the very best, we have grown apart,” she said in a statement at the time. “My primary focus is an amicable process, ensuring the well-being of my five wonderful children and their happiness, which has been, and will always be, of paramount importance.”

Mary, who runs her interior design company, Mary Amons Design, reunited with Lynda in July 2020 for lunch in D.C. “Loads of laughs and love lunching with my #covidbuddy @thereallyndadc @peacockcafe #RHODC #RHODC10years,” she captioned a selfie via Instagram.

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Michaele Schon (formerly known as Michaele Salahi)
Less than two years after their headline-making White House scandal, Michaele and Tareq called it quits after eight years of marriage in 2011. That same year, Tareq filed a missing person report for Michaele, but it turns out she was on the road with Neal Schon.

After her divorce was finalized in August 2012, Michaele married Schon in 2013. Michaele still tours with the Journey and runs her joint Instagram with Schon.

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Stacie Scott Turner and husband Jason Turner, who share two kids, split in February 2012 after 14 years of marriage. She works in real estate in Maryland.

Real Housewives executive producer, Andy Cohen addressed the show cancellation. “Frankly, I really wanted to bring D.C. back for season 2. It really picked up half of the season but the Salahis really tanked that show,” the host said on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen in 2018. “When the FBI is asking for raw tapes of your show, good thing to maybe not move forward?”

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