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Real Housewives ‘all-stars’ series confirmed as iconic cast jet off to start filming in Turks and Caicos

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The Real Housewives ‘all-stars’ series has begun filming and we are so ready for it (Picture: Bravo)

The Real Housewives all-star series is underway and the cast for the show is making us even more excited for the drama to come.

Filming for the Peacock series, officially titled Real Housewives Mash-Up, kicked off this weekend as several of the ladies shared teasing snaps of themselves in Turks and Caicos.

The core cast has been confirmed to include Bravo favorites Ramona Singer and Luann de Lesseps from Real Housewives of New York City alongside Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga from Real Housewives of New Jersey.

They will all be joined by the legends Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey of Real Housewives from Atlanta and Kyle Richards from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

We are so ready to see what this dream team get up to!

The group met up in Atlanta, Georgia before jetting off for their island getaway together.

Ramona posed on the stairs of a private jet with the caption: ‘Heading to paradise!’

Elsewhere, Luann shared a shot from the cockpit of her transport as she wrote: ‘Ready for take off?’

She also shared another snap of herself in chic business attire which she captioned: ‘Gems Jets Silhouettes.’

Melissa looked fierce as she boarded her jet donning a tight leopard tank while carrying a custom Goyard bag.

According to The Sun, creators originally planned for a larger cast but had to cut back due to COVID-19 protocol.

‘The largest-sized house the show could book is seven bedrooms due to COVID protocols,’ a source explained.

They added: ‘This is not the ideal cast that Bravo wanted but due to scheduling conflicts with current seasons filming and COVID, everyone is just excited they are going through with this.’

Real Housewives Mash-up is set to air on NBC’s streaming service Peacock later this year.

Credit: Original article published here.

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