It’s less than a week until the premiere of Ladies of London, Season 2, and there have been some cast changes since Season 1, including the addition of Caroline Fleming, aka Baroness Caroline Fleming, from one of Denmark’s oldest families.
The Inquisitr reported that two ladies exited the series to make way for Fleming, Sophie Stanbury, and Julie Montagu to become cast regulars. Leaving Ladies of London are Caprice Bourret and Noelle Reno. Bourret has left the show to dedicate more time to her business, and to care for her two toddlers. Reno is trying to stay out of the limelight after the tragic death of her fiancé, Scot Young, after the first season wrapped.
Bravo is welcoming Caroline Fleming, and introducing her as a former supermodel who was formerly married to Rory Fleming, nephew of James Bond creator Ian Fleming, and a member of a well-known banking family in the U.K.
Ladies of London won’t be Caroline Fleming’s first time on television. Fleming was on the reality series, The Baroness Moves In.
“This reality series, which aired on Kanal 4 in Denmark, was like a cross between the American shows Wife Swap and Supernanny. For five days, Caroline traded her privileged life as a baroness living in a castle with that of a woman from an everyday, much less ostentatious background.”
From there, Fleming went on to host Denmark’s Next Top Model from 2010 to 2014, using her expertise as a former model to inspire future top models.
And Caroline Fleming has a royal connection, as she is close friends with Princess Mary of Denmark. The Daily Mail is reporting that Ladies of London is “the biggest celebrity catfight ever caught on camera.” They say it is “posher than Made In Chelsea, with all the trappings of The Real Housewives franchise.”
Fleming is currently living in South Kensington with her two children from her marriage to Rory Fleming, and her child from a relationship with Niklas Bendtner, who plays for Arsenal, and is 23 years Fleming’s junior.
It is thought that Caroline Fleming will add an additional amount of élan to the Ladies of London for the new season.
Will you watch Season 2 of Ladies of London?
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