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Seema Malhotra Teases ‘RHOCheshire’ Viewers What They Can Expect In Season 13; Says “There Will Be A Lot Of Feathers Ruffled, A Huge Amount Of Laughter And A Few Bombshells”

Seema Malhotra teases what ITVBe viewers can expect from the remainder of the current season of The Real Housewives of Cheshire.

“There will be a lot of feathers ruffled, a huge amount of laughter and a few bombshells. I can’t reveal too much, but the trip away is one to watch…,” she told OK UK!

Season 13 of RHOCheshire premiered on Monday, May 10. Aside from Malhotra, the current series includes returning cast members Hanna Kinsella, Lauren Simon, Lystra Adams, Nicole Sealey, Rachel Lugo, and Tanya Bardsley.

The cast is joined by new cast member Deborah Davies. Meanwhile, Ester Dee will return as a guest this season. 

The Real Housewives of Cheshire return to ITVBe and ITV Hub next month and are set to bring back the drama, fun and laughter that viewers have come to love. But, as always, with some unexpected twists and turns which will keep everyone on their toes…

Hanna Kinsella, Lauren Simon, Lystra Adams, Nicole Sealey, Rachel Lugo, Seema Malhotra & Tanya Bardsley will all return for the brand new series, along with guest Housewife Ester Dohnalová. 

But that’s not all…the housewives will be welcoming two exciting new faces into the Cheshire clique – Hanna’s new-born baby Maximus sets all of the Housewives’ hearts racing from the very beginning. Celebrity psychic Debbie Davies also joins the cast, opening up the spirit world to the Golden Triangle! Will it be celebrations all round or can Debbie predict fireworks?

Making her debut this series is the super-glam medium who loves the finer things in life and certainly causes a stir! Debbie built her own business around her physic skills when her divorce meant she needed to be financially independent. Now a successful, straight talking businesswoman with supernatural abilities, Debbie has found love again and lives in Cheshire with her landscaping business owner husband, Pete and two of her three children. 

Debbie commented: “I am thrilled to be joining The Real Housewives of Cheshire – I’ve known a few of the girls for a while now but it’s such a great opportunity to be able to join them on all their adventures! I always had a feeling that my future would involve the show but I could never have imagined how much I’d love every minute of the filming.”

Despite all the pressures of lockdown, the Housewives re-enter the world looking as glamourous as ever! We kick-off the series with the immediate aftermath of Baby Maximus being born and Hanna adjusting to life as a new mum; Rachel enjoys diving deeper into her new relationship with Nick, whilst Lystra & Seema’s business empires go from strength to strength. Meanwhile Lauren celebrates the completion of her long-running divorce, Nicole tries to stay out of trouble with mixed results and Tanya embraces her new-found faith – much to the surprise of some Housewives! 

Amanda Stavri, Commissioning Editor, Factual Entertainment, ITV added: “We’re delighted to have this much-loved series back on our screens and are thrilled to welcome Debbie, and of course baby Maximus, into the Housewives family. Debbie will be a fantastic edition to the series. Let’s see what fun and games the housewives get up to as they re-emerge from lockdown.”

Mike Swindells, Executive Producer, Monkey, explained: “We’ve been honoured to have so many great Housewives involved in the show over the years but the arrival of Debbie is a truly unique moment in our history – she has brought such an intriguing new dynamic on and off screen as a result of being both a brilliant character and a very perceptive psychic…she knows what the future holds for all of us and, so far, it’s looking great!”

The Real Housewives of Cheshire is made by BAFTA-winning producer Monkey, which is part of NBCUniversal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. The series is executive produced by David Granger and Mike Swindells for Monkey. The show has been recommissioned by ITV’s Paul Mortimer, Head of Digital Channels and Acquisitions and Amanda Stavri, Commissioning Editor, Factual Entertainment, ITV. NBCUniversal Formats, also a division of Universal Studio Group, distributes The Real Housewives franchise globally.


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