No one is really quite sure what happened to The Real Housewives of Miami — the ladies seemed to just disappear! This Real Housewives show is apart of a much larger franchise with multiple shows for different cities, and Miami was quite successful with a consecutive three season run, but it hasn’t returned to air since the end of 2013. The show hasn’t officially been cancelled by Bravo, so there is talk of it coming back, but it’s been over two years since we last saw these ladies on-screen and they have now been lumped into the group of forgotten housewives. Here’s a look back at the stars from The Real Housewives of Miami and what the women have been doing since the show ended.
10. Ana Quincoces
When the show first hit the air, Ana Quincoces was the ‘It’ girl, but she only lasted as a full-time cast member for one season. She made some guest appearances as a close friend of Marysol — as she frequently came on to defend her good friends honor against Lea Black. However, Ana has taken to trashing the show and referred to season 3 as “unfortunate” and that she was happy to be dropped from the series. Her friendship with Marysol has become estranged and she accused Lisa of making inappropriate comments about Cubans. She’s been continuing her career as a lawyer and chef. She’s currently writing a new cookbook, released a “Million Dollar Marinade” cooking sauce and dip, and put her Miami house up on the market. In 2013, she got engaged to fellow lawyer Marc Jimenez.