'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Alumna Yolanda Foster Finds Perfect Home Post-Divorce, Disease
"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" roster member Yolanda Foster has had her own bulk of trials and tribulations, aming them divorcing David Foster while battling with Lyme Disease in 2015. However, she has somehow recovered from all that.
The mother of Gigi and Bella Hadid has bought a $4.59 million condominium unit in the Carlyle Residences. The celebrity-filled building is situated in Wilshire Corridor, Los Angeles. It contains all of the imaginable amenity a supermodel mom could have, a heated swimming pool, valet parking, and a fitness center.
Yolanda's new place, 3,950 square feet in area, is a lot more manageable than her previous marriage's 12,000-square-feet Malibu mansion, but is not less luxurious in all aspects. There is a private elevator that can take Yolanda to her three-bedroom, three and a half bathroom property. Interior wise, the apartment has 11-feet-high soaring ceilings, as well as expansive glass windows that have floor-to-ceiling lengths.
Although the kitchen does not have a glass refrigerator and a walk-in marble like the design that became very popular through the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" show, she has a chef's kitchen equipped with a quartz countertop, two sub-zero refrigerators, and Wolf Professional kitchen appliances.
The Hadid supermodels' mother has her private quarters feature over the top elements. She has a private den that is complete with all that a wet bar could hold, as well as a gigantic walk-in closet that can even accommodate all of her children's wardrobe. Her bathroom is conducive for recuperating and relaxing. It features granite and onyx surfaces with her own unique soaking bathtub in the master's bath. The tub experience, on top of all other benefits, provides her an overlooking sight of the entire city.
Based on Yolanda's Instagram post capturing Los Angeles' dazzling sunset, it appears that she is already prepared to settle in. With hashtags #NewBeginnings, #Home, and #WindowsToMyWorld, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fans are more than happy to see her well again.