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Meet 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'

March 20, 2010 (4:02 am) GMT
Identities of the women who will have cameras following their high-class life are disclosed and two of them are Paris Hilton's aunts.

Two of 's aunts are seeking their own fame through "". Identities of the women who will be highlighted on the latest franchise of Bravo TV's reality series about the daily life of socialites have been revealed.

E! Online noted that Kim and Kyle Richards are joining the series. They are both Kathy Hilton's younger sisters who were child actresses. Kim was married twice and both ended in divorce. She has three kids from the marriages and a daughter from a former boyfriend. Kyle is also twice married but she sticks to the second one. She has four daughters.

Three other women will join the Richard sisters in hyping up the show. First is Adrienne Maloof-Nassif, a 48-year-old heir married to plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Nassif who had appeared on "Dr. 90210". Her family owns Palms and Sacramento Kings among others.

Second is Camille Donatacci Grammer, a former Playboy model who is married to comedian . The couple has two children from the 13 years of marriage. The other cast is Lisa Vanderpump-Todd, a restaurateur married to Kenneth Todd and mother to three children. The show allegedly will shoot some scenes in her restaurant Villa Blanca.

Bravo TV has not set the premiere date yet.

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