The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip is Back for a Second Season streaming exclusively on Hayu from Friday 24 June
From cheating to scandals, Hayu Reveals What Aussie Women Really Think of a Girls Trip
● 4 in 5 (78%) women admitted that there have been scandals on their girls trips
● 1 in 5 trips ended in a major falling out and over 1 in 10 (13%) cheating / having someone on the trip cheat on their partner
● 47% of women had improved mental health following a girls trip
● 34% of Australian women say big personality clashes is the main challenge when on a girls trip
For the first time since their departure from "The Real Housewives", several of the most unforgettable ex-Housewives will collide for a much-anticipated vacation at one of the most iconic homes in franchise history: Dorinda Medley's Bluestone Manor.
Inspired by the series, which is anticipated to be the most unforgettable Housewives girls trip yet, Hayu have conducted an Australia-wide survey interviewing women* between the ages of 25 to 44 who have been on a girl's trip, to get a sneak peek into what really goes down on a girl's trip.
All About That TLC
● Almost all women aged 25 - 44 (97%) feel that girls' trips are a good excuse to spoil themselves and relax with friends.
● As adults, it can be tough to meet new friends, Hayu found 37% of women aged between 35 to 44 strongly agree that girls' trips are important to help meet new people compared to 29% of those aged 25 to 34.
Good for the Mind, Not the Waistline
Handling It Like a Housewife
● Three in ten women who find big personality clashes a potential challenge on a girls trip have experienced a falling out post-trip
● Bills, Bills, Bills sorting and splitting money during the trip is also a challenge for 30% of women aged 25 - 44 and 18% said forming new friendships was tough when on a girls' trip.
● Not all happy endings, 6% of Aussie women have booked to see a therapist following a girl's trip with 4% having to quit their job perhaps to the stress following!
● Sisters before misters: Only 9% of women who say there are challenges to be had on a girls trip said they were affected by a lack of male attention when on a trip.
All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. The total sample size was 1037 adults. Fieldwork was undertaken between 6th - 9th June 2022. The survey was carried out online. The figures have been weighted and are representative of all Australian women aged 25 – 44 that have been on a girls' trip.