Personally I LOVED it when the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills would 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.
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The Fosters are moving for a very simple reason — Malibu is just too far to travel on a daily basis. The 16-time Grammy winner tells Haute Living magazine about their reasons for selling and moving to a smaller home.
“I love being in Malibu, but I’ve been here for 30 years, and the drive is starting to wear on me. You can’t just have dinner with friends who live in town: you have to leave here at five to get there at seven because of the traffic.”
Makes sense. He also shares that they plan to move to the neighborhood behind the Beverly Hills Hotel and buy a plans are to buy “a small house with a city view.”
David also opened up about how these two lovebirds met and it was through none other than Yolanda’s ex-husband, Mohamed Hadid. “[Mohamed] and I were friends, and we had this plan that we were going to live together. I was walking around his house, and I saw all these photographs of him and [Yolanda] and their children,” David reminisces. “I said, ‘That’s your ex-wife, and I’d like to meet her.’ So he introduced us.”
TELL US! DO YOU THINK YOLANDA AND DAVID SHOULD MOVE? DID YOU LOVE THEIR MALIBU MANSION?
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