Real Housewives Of Cheshire stars are branded ‘trashy’ for asking a restaurant for a free meal and drinks in exchange for social media posts (despite their husbands‘ millions)Dawn Ward, Rachel Lugo and Perla, from Cheshire, all star in the RHOC on ITVbe Representative approached an independent restaurant looking for freebies Chester wine bar Covino shared the email on Twitter, which quickly went viral Thousands slammed the reality TV stars, branding them ‘trashy’
Covino, a wine bar and restaurant in Cheshire, shared a screenshot on Twitter of an email its management had received, asking for a free meal and drinks for three of the stars, Dawn Ward, Rachel Lugo and Perla Navia.
Followers were not impressed by the ‘trashy’ request, with one commenting: ‘Absolute state of this, begging letter to a small business so millionaires can have a free dinner.’
Dawn lives in a £15 million mansion with ex-footballer husband Ashley Ward, who is now a property developer, and has her own non-surgical aesthetics clinic.
Rachel Lugo lives in a Grade II listed mansion in the exclusive Alderley Edge area with her property entrepreneur husband, John, while Perla’s husband Jonathan Barton owns a £60M food services business.
One wrote: ‘What trashy sounding people, did anyone else have to Google those three to see who they are?’
The wine bar shared the email alongside a vomiting emoji, indicating that they weren’t keen on the idea either.
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The email read: ‘Real Housewives of Cheshire stars, Dawn Ward, Rachel Lugo and Perla will be in Chester later today and I was wondering whether you would be interested in offering a complimentary dinner and drinks in return for social media posts?’
She has more than 300,000 followers on Instagram, where she shows off her lavish life.
One commented: ‘A table for 5 people with complimentary food and drinks?! Are they having a laugh?!’
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