Yolanda Foster is a reality TV star and interior designer.
When Foster was 16, she did a hair show for her friend in Amsterdam. Foster was asked by Dutch designer, Frans Molenaar, to replace one of his models and go on the runway. That was when Yolanda was discovered by Eileen Ford, owner of Ford Models. After she signed with Ford, Foster modeled all over the world, modeling internationally in Paris, Milan, Sydney, Cape Town, Tokyo, New York, Los Angeles and Hamburg. Foster modeled for fifteen years before wanting to settle down and start a family. In 1994, Foster moved to Los Angeles to start her family after meeting and marrying Mohamed Hadid. After their divorce in 2000, Foster moved to Montecito with her children and ran her interior design business from home.
Yolanda Foster may be known mostly for being one of the wealthy feminine figures on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Seasn 4 started at the beginning of November and is set to go on until the end of the first week of April of this year. Aside from reality TV, she runs Hopelessly Romantic, a business to help men and women “get wise and keep their romance alive”.
Foster was married to Mohamed Hadid from 1994 until 2000. The couple have 3 children together, Gigi (b. 1995), Bella (b. 1996) and Anwar (b. 1999). Foster then married musician David Foster in Beverly Hills on November 11, 2011, in a 11/11/11-themed ceremony. They were engaged on Christmas Eve of 2010. In 2012, Foster was diagnosed with Lyme disease. In December of that year, Yolanda reported that she was having a port implanted in her arm to help treat her chronic disease. On April 19, 2013, Foster underwent surgery to have the port removed.
How Yolanda Foster Made Her Money – Reality TV and interior design
Estimated Net Worth: $15 Million
Birthday: January 11, 1964