Bravo’s ‘Ladies of London’: Where Are They Today?
The series aired in 2014 with three cast members who remained for the entire series. Caroline Stanbury, Marissa Hermer and Juliet Angus were three of the original cast members who remained consistently on the series.
And while the show was grounded in London, it took viewers to the English countryside and on cast trips, making it a series that has all the same makings of the iconic Real Housewives series. The Ladies of London ended after it’s 2016 season, so where are the final cast members today?
Caroline Fleming joined the series during season two. Flemming was the only cast member who was neither American or British. But instead, Flemming is a Danish noble who arrived on the scene with royalty but insisted on being down to earth.
She’s still living a life filled with excitement and love. It appears that Fleming has found a special man and recently shared a photo with him while in quarantine. “A real man treats his lady the same way he wants another man to treat his daughter ❤️ A real woman can do it all by herself, but a real man won’t let her. 💞I feel so lucky to have met you 💘,” she wrote.
Her children are also growing up as her oldest son is now a teenager and her other two children are 12 and eight.
Caroline Stanbury is a series OG who has had a major presence both in the UK and the US. When viewers met Stanbury she was married and her children were babies. She and husband Cem Habib eventually divorced in 2019. Stanbury broke the news on Instagram. She later offered an update to Bravo’s The Daily Dish.
“It’s been going really well. We’re good friends right now. He’s moving out in February, so we’re still living together at the moment, but we’re really maintaining everything,” she shared.
“We tried to maintain our friendship, because I don’t believe in divorce. There is no such thing as divorce. Many people grow apart. We’ve been together 17, nearly 18 years. Why does it have to be such a negative? We’ve had a very successful marriage with three beautiful children, and it’s time to move on. I hope whoever he meets, I wish him all the luck. I hope she will become friendly with me, and I want to be Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, frankly.” Rumors flew around the possibility that Stanbury could move in as a new friend of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. But for now, she seems happy just taking time for herself.
Sophie Stanbury was Caroline Stanbury’s sister-in-law, joining the show as a friend during season two and a main cast member for the last season. Stanbury was married to Caroline Stanbury’s brother Alex but the couple has since divorced.
“You go through phases of being extremely angry, extremely happy, extremely hurt, extremely liberated, extremely lonely,” she told Bravo’s The Daily Dish in 2017. There’s so many different feelings that go through you when you’re going through a separation. And I really tried to handle them in a kind of demure, appropriate way,” Sophie explained. “And I’m sure at times I didn’t, because you do have those moments of anger where you just throw something out there or object to something or you protest about the way somebody else is treating you or treating them or whatever.”
She also appears to be quarantined with her children and enjoying some family time. “Focusing on our meals at the moment and really enjoying cooking together … the boys are going to start making a scrap book of their favourite recipes and ingredients and we’ll make lots up too (which could be interesting 🤔) finn has some pretty crazy combinations he wants to try out, I can’t promise all of them will be edible but we’ll share all the good ones xx,” she shared on Instagram.
American Julie Montagu began as a friend but joined the group as a main cast member during season two. She was often consumed with being in charge of managing and developing Mapperton Estate. The project seemed all-consuming on the show as she also tried to develop her brand as a yoga and health and wellness expert.
According to the bio on her website, she continues to teach yoga and even had a series on the Smithsonian Channel in the UK and in the US. She also teaches a regular yoga class in regular classes Chelsea, plus she’s published books and is the owner of Whole Self Yoga. Her children are also grown up too and she featured the entire family in her Smithsonian series, An American Aristocrat’s Guide to Great Estates.
Juliet Angus is another American OG of the series living in the UK. Her Bravo bio referred to her as “a lifestyle blogger, social media influencer, stylist and former fashion publicist, Juliet has been labeled a ‘force of nature’ by industry insiders, and has become a fixture on London Fashion Week’s front row.”
She continues to be a “force of nature” in the beauty world, keeping her Instagram filled with updated looks and beauty advice. She travels throughout Europe, recently sharing that she jetted off to Paris in February. The family also took a ski vacation in the Swiss Alps. She recently shared an updated design in her son’s room. “Truman’s super hero + blue room complete with a @madedotcom luxury design viscose rug 💥 Perfect for lounging with his furry friends and building Lego’s.”
Marissa Hermer is also an American OG from the series. Originally from California, Hermer met and married restaurateur Matt Hermer when she was living in New York. The couple moved to London to build their restaurant business. Viewers likely remember Hermer’s first restaurant, Top Dog where she brought American cuisine to London. While she seemed to love living in London, Hermer longed to return to California.
She and her husband Matt returned to California in 2017 and settled in Pacific Palisades. “Our children love having their grandparents visit so often and of course, suddenly I get to see my parents for lunch or dinner — without a long flight — it seems like such a luxury to have them so close,” Hermer told Bravo’s The Daily Dish.
The couple also opened restaurants in the area and are joining in the effort to support and help restaurant workers during the pandemic shut down.