Personally I LOVED it when the Real Housewives of Beverly Hillswould film at the incredible Malibu mansion that belongs to David Foster and his wife, Yolanda. The glass fridge, ocean views and personal lemon grove — it looked like it was out of a magazine. And when the couple listed it earlier this year for a jaw-dropping $27.5 million, housewives fans — me included — wondered why they would ever want to leave paradise.
There was speculation that it had to do with Yolanda Foster’s battle with Lyme disease, but now her husband is opening up and explaining why they are selling their dream house. And the reason, actually kind of makes sense.
Reflecting on this week's episode Yolanda discusses her treatment for neurological Lyme disease and also the treatment of some of the Housewives towards each other.
"I am the shell of the woman I used to be so the hardest thing for me is to accept my limitations and deal with the feeling of inadequacy due to not being able to do all that I used to," Yolandawrites in her Bravo blog. "I truly miss me being me!"
As if she wasn't already lemony and white jeans and perfection,Yolanda Foster proves she's even more lovely by bringing attention to Lyme disease. After having difficulties with memory and speech during the most recent season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Yolanda sought medical treatment and was diagnosed with chronic neurological Lyme disease.
It' no surprise that Yolanda is being honored for her work in spreading awareness of the tick-borne disease which does not yet have a cure. As if she wasn't already classy enough, now the beautiful, shushing Yolanda has an important cause to champion. You go, girl!