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The Real Housewives of Melbourne S04 Cast announced!

NewsSteve Molk

Janet Roach, Sally Bloomfield, Lydia Schiavello, Venus Behbahani-Clark, Jackie Gillies, Gamble Breaux, Giano Liano
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Pop the champagne corks and get ready for some fireworks as Foxtel confirms The Real Housewives of Melbourne are set to return for a fiery fourth season. The sophisticated and affluent women of Melbourne will introduce two new glamorous Housewives Venus Behbahani-Clark and Sally Bloomfield to our screens.

Returning Housewives include Gamble Breaux – 46-year-old former art consultant married to Dr. Rick Wolfe and step-mother to Luke; Jackie Gillies – 36-year-old professional psychic married to Silverchair drummer Ben Gillies; Gina Liano - 50-year-old criminal barrister and single mother of two; Janet Roach – 58-year-old property developer and mother of two children and three step-children; and Lydia Schiavello – 48-year-old lover of interior design, food and skiing, mother of three children and three step-children.

Joining these dynamic women is Venus Behbahani-Clark – 35-year-old married mother of two is Persian born and grew up in Italy, migrating to Australia in the 80’s.  Venus is a lawyer; incredibly competitive, opinionated, smart and confident. She is currently working on her own line of contouring cosmetics.  Venus and her husband James own property in Melbourne, Dubai and Lake Como.

Also joining the cast is Sally Bloomfield - 51-year-old-widow and mother of two.  Sally owns a homewares store Bloomfield and Webber in Barwon Heads on the Bellarine Peninsula and a boutique hotel in Bali which she is now in the process of renovating.  Sally is set to launch her accessories range, Bloomfield - focussing on sunglasses and handbags later this year.

The women of Melbourne are sure to provide plenty of memorable moments, scandalous gossip, outrageous accusations and jaw-dropping surprises along the way.  Exotic locations and lavish parties will set the scene for the next instalment of The Real Housewives of Melbourne.

The 10-part one-hour series is produced by Matchbox Pictures, part of NBCUniversal International Television Production, in conjunction with Foxtel, The Real Housewives of Melbourne is the first Australian instalment of the world’s number one lifestyle reality franchise and will air on Foxtel’s Arena channel at a date to be announced.