The ladies on the upcoming Real Housewives All Stars Peacock special were living a life of luxury as they filmed scenes on a private yacht this week.
Photographed off the coast of the idyllic Turks and Caicos Islands archipelago, the women stripped naked as they attempted to deflect the spotlight while sipping champagne and dancing as the cameras rolled around.
Luann de Lesseps and Ramona Singer of the New York franchise, Melissa Gorga and Teresa Guidice of the New Jersey franchise, Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey of the Atlanta franchise and Kyle Richards of Beverly Hills were seen living on the private boat.
Boat life: Kyle Richards was seen sipping cocktails on a yacht in Turks and Caicos this week as filming began for the Real Housewives mashup series
Girls gone crazy: Ramona Singer, 64, was in a silly mood as she posed in a plunging white swimsuit, behind her Luann de Lesseps appeared to be laughing as Kyle lay next to her
Sipping champagne: Kenya Moore looked stunning in green as she soaked up the sun on the luxury boat
Kyle, 52, was pictured sipping cocktails and chatting with Melissa while wearing a plunging aqua blue bell sleeve bodysuit.
The ladies were seen crying, striking silly poses and making a move as they were expected by the yacht staff.
We got to see a team of producers filming the women who were all more than happy to pass it off for the cameras.
Melissa, 42, showed off her toned figure in a bikini as she got into party mode.
In some photos, the women could be seen perfecting their tans as they sprawled out on the upper deck.
Filming for the highly anticipated special takes place on the pristine shores of the Turks and Caicos Islands as the ladies stay at a resort town of Beaches.
Mixture: Luann de Lesseps and Ramona Singer from the New York franchise, Melissa Gorga and Teresa Guidice from the New Jersey franchise, Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey from the Atlanta franchise and Kyle Richards from Beverly were seen living on the private boat. Hills
So extra: the ladies toasted the trip with a glass of rose – which Kyle seemed extremely happy about
Boat chic: Kyle arrived in an aqua blue bodysuit with sheer sleeves and a matching skirt which she then took off
Make a move: After taking off her skirt, Kyle was in the mood to dance
Yacht life: Some women topped up their tans on the upper deck but Kyle casually sipped his drink and Kenya danced
Can’t stop smiling: Melissa, 42, of the New Jersey franchise, spent the time of her life showing off her toned figure in a thong bikini
Filming in Heaven: Filming for the Peacock series, titled Real Housewives Mash-up, officially started last weekend, with several women teasing the trip on their social media
Filming for the Peacock series, titled Real Housewives Mash-up, officially started last weekend, with several of the ladies teasing the trip on their social media.
According to The Sun, the creators initially planned for a larger cast, but cut back due to the COVID-19 protocol.
“ The largest house the show could reserve is seven bedrooms due to COVID protocols, ” a source explained.
“ This isn’t the ideal cast Bravo wanted, but due to scheduling conflicts with the current season’s filming and COVID, everyone is just excited to be going through this, ” the source said.
Real Housewives Mash-up is scheduled to air on NBC Peacock’s streaming service later this year.
Bikini babe: Luann looked to be having fun as her green maxi dress fluttered in the wind
Catch up: Kyle and Melissa had a heated conversation as Ramona brooded, gazing towards the horizon
Vacation fashion: New Jersey franchise’s Teresa Guidice grabbed attention in a white bikini and mesh blanket
Ready for fun: the ladies wore masks as they strolled the pier in their chic beach outfits; in the photo, Luann, Cynthia Bailey, Kenya and Ramona
Capture the moment: Before boarding the boat, the women posed for selfies
Ladies from Atlanta: Cynthia, 54, looked beach chic in a white lace camisole and her long locks in colorful braids while Kenya opted for an alluring cutout dress with brown heels
“ They’re just the ones doing a fun show and bringing together women from different franchises, ” a source told Us Weekly in February.
“ Due to COVID-19, some Housewives favorites could not be part of it, but if all goes well, they could potentially be in the future. ”
Shortly after the show was announced, Peacock announced that The Real Housewives of Miami would also be rebooting.
The 2011 show ran for three seasons on Bravo before being canceled in 2013.
“They started interviewing a group of different women,” said an insider.
“ They want to have a very diverse cast and are aimed at women from all different backgrounds. the source told Us Weekly.