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Rosie Pope has managed to create a thriving business as the owner/designer of Rosie Pope Maternity, the ultra high-end maternity brand for the most sophisticated and urban mothers-to-be. ... See full summary »
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Rosie Pope has managed to create a thriving business as the owner/designer of Rosie Pope Maternity, the ultra high-end maternity brand for the most sophisticated and urban mothers-to-be. Rosie, the tough talking, straight shooting coach for the most privileged expecting mothers of Manhattan, advises her clients on everything from planning baby showers and hiring staff to decorating nurseries and organizing Brazilian waxing for the labor room. Written by Anonymous

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5 April 2011 (USA) See more »

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Your typical reality show about crazy people with a fresh breeze of honesty
20 May 2012 | by nnenokSee all my reviews

I've started watching this series because I like shows with crazy spoiled people, they're always fun. This is why I give the show a high vote, it gives a viewer exactly what s/he came here for. The clients are bizarre as in any other this type of show, though for enjoying this show it may help that the viewer isn't very fond of children. Since I'm not a particular fan, I find the stories amusing, but someone who likes them very much may become offended and taken aback for some of those parents' behavior.

What I was particularly impressed with in this show is the attitude of the hostess. Rosie Pope is the most honest "show host" (I'm not sure this is the right name) I've ever seen. She is not posh and classy as the people in the most pricey part of Manhattan are and she is well aware of that. She notices most of her clients are insane and isn't afraid to say it. And most importantly, she also talks about her life and allows herself to be emotional about it. All this traits are probably not safe in the cruel world of yellow magazines and gossip, but I appreciate it a lot because it's a fresh breeze of true honesty (and not the fake, loud, screaming one) in reality shows.


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