The Bravo series all about London's upper echelon returns Sept. 7 with two fresh faces.
Former host of Denmark's Next Top Model Caroline Fleming joins Julie Montagu, also known as Lady Hinchingbrooke, in the series's royal ranks along with retuning cast members Juliet Angus, Marissa Hermer, Annabelle Neilson and Caroline Stanbury.
"I got little taste last year," says Julie Montagu who appeared briefly on the show's first season. So when she got the call from producers to sign on as a main cast member, the mom of four didn't think twice.
"I never thought I would be on a reality tv show," Montagu tells PEOPLE. "Much less be married to someone who has a title." Montagu's husband is Viscount Hinchingbrooke, heir to the Earl of Sandwich.
"I had the most normal upbringing you could ever imagine," she says. "I married into old English aristocracy, but I grew up in the middle of cornfields in Illinois. I'm so American at heart."
Even though Montagu lives her life as a "modern day aristocrat," she's still very down to earth.
"I ride my bike everywhere," says the yoga instructor. "Taxis are so expensive here, and I'm so frugal."
One thing the Montagu family has had to get used to?
"Out of all the cast members I definitely have the smallest house in London," she says. "So getting all of the camera crew in our house with me and my four kids was a tight squeeze."
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Ladies of London premieres Sept. 7 at 10 p.m on Bravo.