Unfortunately for fans of Bravo’s Ladies of London, they won’t be watching Caroline Stanbury, Annabelle Neilson, Julie Montagu, Marissa Hermer, Juliet Angus, Caroline Fleming, and Sophie Stanbury hash out what happened over season 2 on a reunion show next week. The season finale episode aired on Monday night with no preview of a reunion show. During her appearance on HuffPost Live on Tuesday, Caroline S. confirmed that the cast didn’t film a season 2 reunion show, nor will they be doing so.
Caroline said that she’s gutted that she and the others didn’t get to do a reunion show. While some viewers have speculated that there isn’t a reunion show because of the show’s ratings, Caroline says otherwise. According to Caroline, the reason that they didn’t film a reunion show was more to do with logistics than anything else. Caroline said that she’ll push for a season 3 reunion show if there is another season.
“I’m gutted! I’m gutted! I wanted a reunion and especially where we all are now we probably would’ve killed each other, and in a very British way. I really, really wished we had it and sadly we can’t. It has more to do with logistics than anything else. It’s getting everyone there, with visas, it’s just not possible. But you never know. If we can plan a bit better, series 3, if we get a series 3, I’m gonna push for one.”
When the interviewer asked whether season 3 is a done deal, Caroline admitted that its up in the air.
“It’s never a done deal. I don’t know. I’ll probably be the last to know.”
If there is a third season, viewers can count on Caroline Stanbury saying yes to it if given the opportunity. She said that being on the show has been great.
“I’ve had the time of my life. I get to act like a teenager daily with a group of women having an absolute ball. I still pinch myself and go, ‘So glad I did it.'”
While Caroline admitted that there are times when filming gets tough, overall the good outweighs the bad.
“There’s some dark moments where you go, ‘God!’…but then when I watch it back I get all these warm and fuzzy feelings. It’s like giving birth. You know when you’re going through it you’re like, ‘God I’ll never do these again. Can’t bear it. The most painful situation I’ve ever been in in my life.’ They hand you the baby and you’re like, ‘Awww I’ll do it again.'”
Caroline also said that her sister-in-law, Sophie Stanbury, would also sign up for another season. Caroline said that Sophie told her that she’s had the time of her life and that filming the show has been “the best experience of her life, ever.” Caroline did say, however, that Sophie, who had a bit too much to drink during Caroline Fleming’s dinner and dance party in Denmark this past season, has vowed to spend more moments sober on the third season.
As for who she wants cast on season 3, if there is one, Caroline commented that she probably won’t get a say since Bravo will probably want her “knocked off her perch” and no longer be the show’s “Queen Bee.” She speculates that any new addition to the cast won’t be a friend of hers.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Annabelle Neilson, who had a lot of drama with Caroline this past season, has said via an Instagram post that she’s saying goodbye to the show and that it was a mistake to do it. Caroline said during her HuffPost Live interview that it’s a mistake for Annabelle to leave the show.
Like Caroline Stanbury and Sophie Stanbury, Julie Montagu is also up for a third season. Julie tweeted that she’s keeping her fingers crossed for another season.
Some of the other Ladies of London have also expressed hope that there is another season. Marissa Hermer tweeted that hopefully it won’t be long until she and the other are back on TV.
Juliet Angus tweeted that she hopes that she’ll be able to showcase more of her fashion next season.
As for Caroline Fleming, for whom season 2 is her first season of Ladies of London, she told a viewer who expressed sadness that the show is now over that she’s sure it’ll return.
“I know…. It will be back in sure X X X”
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