The Real Housewives of Melbourne is one of the newer additions to the Real Housewives franchise with only three seasons under its belt, but despite only being around since 2014, it’s become a huge hit with an ever growing fanbase. Typically an American series, Bravo developed RHOM as one of their international installments and it’s definitely paid off! The show has become so popular, it’s already got it’s own spin-off series in Auckland and Sydney! Like all the Real Housewives cast members, the ladies from the land down under are extremely business savvy, outspoken and of course, have a special flair for drama. They’re also a little competitive when it comes to success, so let’s see who has got what! Here’s a look at how much the women of The Real Housewives of Melbourne are worth:
8. Chyka Keebaugh
Estimated Net Worth: $40 million. Chyka Keebaugh has the second highest net worth on this list and is the most well connected Housewife when it comes to the Australian social scene. Chyka and her husband Bruce are not only partners in life, but also in business. The married couple owns Australia’s largest catering and event company called The Big Group, which draws in all kinds of high profile clients like celebrities, corporations and even Middle Eastern Sheiks! She’s also a co-owner of The Design Depot and Capital Kitchen. Starring on The Real Housewives of Melbourne wasn’t her first gig on television, she also held a spot on Good Morning Australia as an advice expert for all things related to hosting parties, decorating and overall having great taste. On top of all this, Keebaugh recently launched her own lifestyle blog which features some of her own tips about decorating, cooking, and everything Chyka! This business savvy Housewife is estimated to be worth a huge $40 million!