Caroline Stanbury’s daughter, Yasmine Habib, called her 27-year-old stepfather a “man-child” while telling her mother she shouldn’t have another baby.
via Page Six:
“You’re not allowed to have another one,” Yasmine, 16, told her 46-year-old mother on Wednesday’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Dubai.”
Yasmine is the oldest of Stanbury’s three children she shares with ex-husband Cem Habib. She has no children with current husband Sergio Carrallo.
“It doesn’t matter what Sergio wants,” the teenager continued, “like there’s no world where you could ever convince me to want another sibling.”
The Bravolebrity explained that she’s not going to have a baby tomorrow, but she was freezing her eggs in case they wanted to expand their family.
“You don’t think you’d like a little baby? A little Sergio?” Stanbury teased her daughter.
Yasmine immediately replied, “no,” and made a vomiting noise with her mouth.
“He already acts like a man-child, like we don’t need an actual child as well,” Yasmine half-jokingly told her mom. “He needs a bit of a reality check on the kid front. You forget you have three most of the time.”
Stanbury insisted that Carrallo “needs one eventually,” to which Yasmine snapped back, “no he doesn’t.”
“He can stay married to you and have a kid with someone else,” Yasmine said after Stanbury joked that maybe he’ll have a baby with “another woman.”
The “Divorced Not Dead” podcast host was previously married to Cem Habib from 2004 to 2019. They share Yasmine and twin sons Aaron and Zac, 12.
Stanbury, who is approaching her six-month wedding anniversary, explained that her three children were initially “resistant” to him when they began dating, but they eventually warmed up to him.
“They really really really love him,” Stanbury said in a confessional. “I think they see him as a stepfather, but big brother in a way too, because they really really enjoy his company.”
Stanbury previously told Page Six that she knows her Spanish soccer beau truly loves her because of the efforts he’s made with her family.
“He could have a much easier life than just being with me, I can assure you,” Stanbury told us earlier this month. “I’m a very difficult woman to live with and if Sergio didn’t want to be here, Sergio would not be here.”
The reality star and her husband said “I do” at a lavish December 2021 ceremony at Dubai’s famed Palms resort. Three weeks prior, a few family members joined the couple and jetted off to Mauritius to get legally married.
We think kids should really stay out of grown folks’ business. ‘The Real Housewives of Dubai’ airs Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.