The show airs tonight on primetime Polish tv.
Fans of The Real Housewives dynasty will know it's a full time job keeping up with all of them - there's a franchise for every corner of the world from Salt Lake City to Slovenia, with unrelenting levels of drama and charity ball fallouts to perceive.
Now there's a new series to get into, and with a direct connection to Ireland we're pretty much contractually obliged to keep up with it.
The Real Housewives of Warsaw will follow the lives of some of the city's most glamorous and influential women, with a main spotlight on Anita Kuś-Munsanje, the wife of Irish businessman and owner of a prominent cosmetic clinic, Dr. Paul Munsanje.
Dr. Munsanje is the owner of the prestigious Amara Clinic in Dublin, and has been making waves in Ireland's medical and cosmetic industry for the last decade. The connection led to a cast trip to Dublin for the Housewives, where they visited the clinic which is located in the heart of Georgian Dublin.
Anita has spent most of her adult life in Ireland, but now spends more time in Warsaw to be closer to family and in the hopes of immersing her children in Polish culture.
Speaking ahead of the series launch tonight, Anita said:
“I divide my time between Warsaw and Dublin as Paul and the Amara team expand. This series has been highly anticipated in Poland and I know as Ireland welcomed so many Polish people over the past two decades, there are many Polish people in Dublin who are looking forward to this series”.
The Real Housewives of Warsaw starts tonight at 7.05 pm Irish time (8.05 pm Polish time). Polsat Television and is available to stream on PolsatBoxGo.
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