Where Are the Real Housewives of DC Cast Now?

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In 2010, the Real Housewives of DC series premiered, only to then swiftly die within the very same calendar year. This one-season wonder cast consisted of Mary Amons, Lynda Erkiletian, Cat Ommanney, Stacie Scott Turner, and Michaele Salahi. On Michaele’s end, aka the cheerleader who wasn’t, she and her then-husband Tareq Salahi decided to film themselves crashing the annual White House State Dinner. The FBI’s involvement with Bravo’s footage saw this series forever being shut down.

America’s government doesn’t play around when it comes to security breaches, so this Real Housewives storyline made national headlines. Cue President Barack Obama saying in NeNe Leakes’ voice, “Now why am I in this?” In addition, even though this didn’t take place all that long ago, this series now presents like a fever dream, where views on gay marriage were met with raised eyebrows, and racist quips easily flowed, marketed as humor. That said, certain members of this cast could have been great in time, but their fates were still sealed by the actions of one.

Thanks to Michaele’s wildly wrong gate-crashing antics, every single woman in this series got the axe. Speaking of their time spent on the chopping block, in the years that have since passed, all of these ladies have also cut ties with their partners. So who are they each with now, if anyone? And how are these former Housewives now spending their unfilmed hours?

Mary Amons

In 2012, after 26 years of marriage, Mary and her husband Rich Amons (ugh, so hot) filed for divorce. Together, for the sake of their five children, Lolly, Ryan, Alexandra, Meghan, and Matt, they navigated co-parenting to the best of their abilities. Now that their children are older, Mary spends the bulk of her time on her farm in Maryland. The landscapes captured here are beautiful over on Mary‘s socials, and also, if you’re a curious one like I am, it’s only cows, not a new love interest, that’s captured at her side.

As for work, this Bravo alum still runs her interior design company, Mary Amons Design. She’s also now on the Advisory Board of COCOLOCO, a women-owned and operated skincare brand, which she frequently posts about as well.

Lynda Erkiletian

Lynda was the only unmarried cast member in this series, but she was dating a much younger boy toy named Ebong Eka. Not shockingly, these two have also since called it quits. Luckily for Lynda, she’s now got a new love in Fulton Liss, a former tennis champ from the University of Maryland. On Lynda’s socials, she and Fulton frequently pop up all around the USA, sometimes with tennis rackets in hand.

On the business side, Lynda’s Instagram bio read that she’s the founder and president of T•H•E Artist Agency, aka a modeling firm. She’s also an executive director of the James & Paula Coburn Foundation. This charity supports the arts and sciences.

Catherine Ommanney

Cat’s humor didn’t always translate. She knows this though, as online, she recently posted a montage of clips from her time spent on RHODC. Here, she explained that when she pushed away this series’ gay bestie, Paul Wharton, saying “Don’t kiss me. You’re gay and you’re colored,” it wasn’t racist, it was simply a joke stated between “very good friends.”

When her time on-air wrapped, Cat left D.C. She also parted ways with her husband Charles Ommanney, who worked as a White House photographer. Now living back in the UK, where she runs her interior design firm, Cat’s current love story is unknown. However, according to a recent interview with The Sun, Cat briefly dated Prince Harry when she was 34.

In her claims, Cat says they met through mutual friends. Oh, he also gave her one of her “most passionate kisses” ever.

This Spare author likely wishes that Cat had spared his name from her interview.

Stacie Scott Turner

Just like her costars, Stacie’s marriage also came to a halt post-filming. After 14 years, Stacie and Jason Turner, who share two kids, called it quits in 2012. Online, Stacie’s pretty quiet. Her page only boasts three images and two of these are her children.

She’s still hustling though. After another quick search, I landed on @properties. This is a real estate firm where Stacie is currently employed, and her listings in the Maryland area are numerous. Also, my toxic trait involves googling other areas, thinking “I could live here,” and on this, Stacie, I want several of your properties, but for the one that I pick, I’m going to need to see a massive, dramatic price cut.

Insert Kristen Wiig in Bridesmaids saying “Help me. I’m poor.”

Michaele Salahi

This brings me to our final Real Housewives divorcée on this cast, Michaele. This one’s wild. In September 2011, Tareq filed a missing persons report on Michaele. She wasn’t really missing though. She’d just run off with Neal Schon, the lead guitarist for Journey.

It happens.

Their divorce was finalized in August 2012, and only a few months later, Neal proposed. To date, Michaele and Neal are still married. Over on their shared Instagram account, almost every single post is Journey-related. Don’t Stop Believin’ Michaele, but also, I’m still side-eyeing you for killing this series.