RHWBH’s Yolanda Foster, David divorce: What is Lyme disease, how it affects?

RHWBH’s Yolanda Foster, David divorce: What is Lyme disease, how it affects?

Real Housewives Of Beverly Hill RHWBH’s Yolanda Foster, David divorce: What is Lyme disease, how it affects? 

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Yolanda Foster has announced her divorce with her husband of almost a decade David Foster. This is a shocking news for her and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans as they were thinking she was deeply in love with her husband.

Her co-stars believe that despite her trying condition due to Lyme disease she has been full of praise for her director husband David Foster. Even her closest costars have said that they didn’t know if that was going to happen.

Nonetheless people in the know say that the couple that was madly in love till sometimes ago had been living separately not for weeks but for months.real housewives

But for other people it was a news that came like a blot from the blue. This past Tuesday when the sixth season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” started Yolanda and David Foster told the world that they were no longer a couple and be separating. “Sadly we have decided to go our separate ways…We’ve shared nine beautiful and joyous years together. During that time we experienced love, friendship and the inevitable challenges that come with managing a marriage, careers, blended families and health issues”, the couple said in a statement.

She and David Foster were married for four years and were a couple for as many as nine years. In the meantime merely hours after announcing her divorce from her second husband she in a blog said, “It’s good to be back!” Foster, 51, exclaimed. “I just watched the first episode with my best friend of 22 years who’s been by my side through this entire journey. Well, what can I say?”

She went on to add, “Becoming chronically ill has definitely given me a greater understanding of human nature, and I’ve learned to accept people’s lack of long-term compassion for others, while they live their busy lives…I have gone from being an outspoken multi-tasking social butterfly to a hostage of my debilitating disease. I might only be a shell of the woman I used to be, but my heart is still the same, and even though I can only do life one day at a time, I am at peace and have surrendered to my new normal–for now.”

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