But how do their asses measure up? Eyeing Lebanon's "Kardashian" Sisters

Published February 17th, 2015 - 10:44 GMT
Who looks better? The Abdel Aziz sisters have their very own reality TV show now. (Image: Google screenshot)
Who looks better? The Abdel Aziz sisters have their very own reality TV show now. (Image: Google screenshot)

With their glamorous lifestyles and love of fashion, Nadine, Alice and Farah Abdel Aziz have long been touted as Lebanon's answer to the Kardashians.

And now just like Kim, Kourtney and Khloe, the sisters are set to star in their very own reality TV show charting their daily lives in Beirut.

Lebanese TV station LBC has announced they will launch the fly-on-the-wall programme called The Sisters, which will see them living out their lives in front of the cameras.

The trio rose to fame in their home country through their Instagram blog named StyleInBeirut, which started in 2013 and has gained 100,000 followers.

On the account, the three sisters post pictures of style and trend ideas from inside the Lebanese capital.

And yesterday, the trio posted a video promoting their new show on their official account, with the caption: 'Soon on LBC sat watch these gorgeous ladies and their daily life.'

The comparison to the Kardashian sisters come as both families have long dark glossy hair, seemingly large designer wardrobes and a love of showing off their latest outfits by taking selfies and posting them to Instagram.

Like Kim Kardashian, second sister Nadine has already tasted fame before the launch of the show.

She is signed to a Dubai-based modelling agency and represented Lebanon at the Miss Tourism 2012 World final.

She speaks four languages including Romanian and Arabic and says she enjoys reading, swimming and travelling.  

She already has a rising profile in Lebanon and is the most recognisable out of all of the sisters.

Oldest sister Alice is described as the brains of the family and gained a business marketing degree at the Lebanese American University after graduating in 2009.

She founded and runs the sisters' style blog and also works as a recruitment consultant in Beirut.

Meanwhile youngest sister Farah, also known as Fafi, also has a degree in management from Saint Joseph University in Beirut and also has experience of working in banking.

All three sisters have already said they are huge fans of Kim, Kourtney and Khloe, who used their family reality TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians to propel themselves to fame.

The Sisters is set to be shown on Lebanese TV at the end of this month.

© Associated Newspapers Ltd.

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