As a long-term fan of the franchise, Victoria is well acquainted with some of The Real Housewives' most famous personalities, however, she believes that the Sydney socialites are in a league of their own.
"I can probably speak on behalf of the other girls that no one is like anyone [in The Real Housewives franchise] and that's probably the greatest thing about The Real Housewives of Sydney. We're all coming to the table with something that you've never seen before, and I think that's going to be really exciting for viewers."
While The Real Housewives of Sydney may bring their own unique spin to the beloved reality series, no season is without its dramas, with the latest instalment certainly having its fair share of heated arguments.
Speaking on The Real Housewives drama, Victoria told WHO, "I think, at the end of the day, when you are filming a TV show, you are all different versions of yourself in a moment of conflict. I can say that my general mode of conflict is that I go inside myself, but there were definitely moments on the show where I reacted differently to how I've ever reacted before."
Despite the drama, Victoria says that there are no hard feelings among the housewives, with some of the group growing closer despite their disagreements.
"I'm happy to say that I've retained all of my friendships, and I'm glad to say that I've made some new friends too."
Just over six months on from the season finale, Victoria caught up with WHO at the 2024 AACTA Awards; revealing how her relationships with her fellow housewives have evolved since filming began.
"It’s funny because you see a couple of storylines on the show, but you don’t see all the storylines because there are only ten episodes."
"There are some really interesting storylines that didn’t make it, so there’s definitely some evolution of friendship. One thing that you didn't see on camera was the evolution of Caroline and I’s friendship," Victoria added, sharing that the pair have grown to be good friends following their time on the show.
While many couldn't get enough of The Real Housewives of Sydney, the show was not without its critics however, Victoria shared that she believes "it all evens out in the wash."
"I think, ultimately, there is no winner at the end. There is a different character for every single man, woman, and probably animal in Australia. There's someone that identifies with you all the time, so get as much love as you get trolling."