Get to know the Rule sisters

Meet the Rule sisters: a crazy Aboriginal family set to take over your TV

The Rule household in WA has one mother, nine daughters and whole lot of chaos. So who are the women on NITV’s fly-on-the-wall docu-series?

You may have met them in Season One and this year, they’re opening their homes and hearts to Australia once again.

This up close and personal series gives an exclusive insight into modern Indigenous family life through a unique family of women.

Hannah, Jessica, Aleisha, Sharna, Kiara, Kelly, Shenika and Angela navigate their way through adolescence and adulthood as their mother, Daniella, teaches them life lessons.

With their own unique humour and style, these women juggle their aspirations with the reality of everyday life.

HANNAH – ‘The Baby’

Hannah is the baby of the family, but is quickly growing into a young woman. She is now the ninth sister, and last sister, to make it to high school.

She loves hanging out with her cousin Ebony and having friends over. Although she loves her family, she sometimes gets annoyed with her nieces, nephews and especially her sisters.

Hannah has grown into a cheeky teenager who has found her voice and not afraid to use it, however, she loves to laugh on the sidelines when her sisters get into fights.

JESS – ‘The Sweetheart’

Sweet, kind-hearted Jessica is 17-years-old and in Year 11 at the school where her mum works.

She is the sister always known to show love and is happy to help her mum and siblings out with anything they ask of her.

Jessica is a sporty girl, but keen to pursue a career in nursing or the arts. She finds herself being challenged with her relationships, especially with her older sister Aleisha and her mum, but usually behaves in a softer manner, even when she’s upset.

Jessica’s desire to graduate from Year 11 and be the eighth sister on the family “graduation wall” while maintaining her busy social life is taking a toll on her schoolwork. With senior year testing looming, she realises she must put her head down and focus.

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