It's been over a year since Ladies of London Season 2 came to an end, so fans are probably more than ready to check in on the group of American and English socialites. Well, Juliet Angus promises Ladies of London Season 3 delivers more drama for fans than the first two seasons. It doesn't seem like that is even possible, but while chatting with Bustle, Angus guarantees it is. "There’s more drama than I’ve ever experienced in my life this season," she says. "This season is like Dynasty and the last couple seasons have been like Friends. There’s almost people throwing people down staircases, let’s just put it that way."
That sure sounds even more dramatic than what viewers saw in Seasons 1 and 2. Angus also says that the ladies and their spouses take a trip to Scotland in Season 3, where a portion of the craziness goes down. "We go to Scotland, and there’s plenty of drama," the 40-year-old reality star assures. "Anytime you lock us away in a cage you know you’re going to have drama … We are seven strong women who are never going to let anyone have the last word."
Unlike past seasons, Angus won't be at the center of most of the drama. She says just wait until you meet the newest cast members, Adela King and Sophie Stanbury. "Those two, there’s enough drama that makes me look like — between Sophie and Adela what’s happening in their lives — that makes me look like a saint." Who else is ready to see the new Ladies in action?
If you're thinking Season 3 will be purely about the tension between the women, it won't, as the season will also include whatever is going on in their personal lives. "You really get to see into people's lives, like conflicts within families and home, not just between each other," Angus reveals. "We really get into our relationships internally in our home life and our struggles we personally have more than we have with each other. We really open the doors of our houses this season."
If you ask Angus, when Ladies of London finally premieres on Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 10 p.m. EST on Bravo, viewers are in for a real dramatic treat.
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