- Radio Times
- Review by:
- Claire Webb
It’s as difficult to believe these women are real as it is to tear your eyes away from their opulent lives. Don’t let the title deceive you. These primped and preened prima donnas don’t while away their days scrubbing the floors of their palaces or turning out perfect pumpkin pies; they’re either cooing over their spoilt kids or bitching about who said what to whom. This particular set are all of Italian descent so there’s an element of The Sopranos to this, too.
About this programme
1/21. Caroline enjoys an emotional outing with her sons, while Teresa is faced with trying to save her family from financial ruin. Jacqueline feels guilty after arguing with her teenage daughter Ashley, and a Christening is ruined by some unexpected guests.