RACHEL Lugo joined the cast of Real Housewives of Cheshire in season six.
So who is the property landlady back for her third season? We've got the lowdown on her and her twin…
Who is Rachel Lugo?
Rachel Lugo has lived in Cheshire all her life and is one of four sisters.
She currently lives in the exclusive area of Alderley Edge with her husband John.
They are property landlords and have five children Francesca, 19, William, 18, Sophia, 15, Oliver, 12 and Sienna, six.
She's been friends with fellow housewife Dawn Ward for years as their daughters went to school together from the age of three.
Rachel said: “I’m a bit silly and I laugh at myself a lot, I always stand up for myself and what I believe in."
Who are the other Real Housewives of Cheshire?
Dawn Ward, wife of retired footballer Ashley, returns for the ninth series having been one of the original cast members.
Tanya Bardsley, who has also been on the show since the very first episode and is married to Stoke City footballer Phil Bardsley, also returns.
There are a few non-Wags in the show too; fashion brand owner Seema Malhotra and outspoken Lauren Simon.
Czech born Ester Dee is back for her fourth season on the show – she caused a bit of a stir when she was introduced in season five when it was revealed by The Sun on Sunday that she wasn't married to the man who she appeared on the show with, property developer Rob Lloyd.
Former full-time housewives Stacey Forsey who is married to Sports Direct businessman Dave Forsey and Dutch WAG Nermina Pieters-Mekic, the wife of Stoke City player Erik Pieters are now part-time cast members.
The two newest housewives are Hanna Miraftab, a renowned Cheshire cosmetic dentist and Perla Navia who's hoping to bring some zen to the group as she's a yoga instructor.
When is the Real Housewives of Cheshire on and what’s the show all about?
Season nine of The Real Housewives of Cheshire continues TONIGHT.
You can watch all the latest action from 10pm on ITVBe.
Fans can catch up on any previous episodes online with the ITV Hub.
The reality TV show follows the lives of a group of women who live in one of the UK’s most affluent areas.
It shows their everyday lives and explores their relationships with friends, family and partners.
It also details how they prepare for and deal with social situations and new business ventures.
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