How much money did Yolanda Hadid get in her divorce from David Foster?

Yolanda Hadid and David Foster married in 2011 after five years of dating. During their three seasons on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, several red flags surfaced in Hadid and Foster’s relationship. Still, Hadid claimed she was blindsided when Foster ended things in November 2015. “We had a beautiful love story that I will cherish forever. Unfortunately, she wasn’t strong enough to withstand the tumultuous circumstances that were upon us,” she told Andy Cohen during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live.

Hadid said her battle with Lyme disease played a role in their split. “Having a long-term chronic illness is very challenging not only for the sick person but also for the caregiver,” she said, explaining that she changed the “dynamics” of the relationship. However, Foster insisted his decision to end their marriage had nothing to do with Hadid’s illness. “How can I leave a sick woman? The fact is, that’s not why I left,” the music legend vowed on an episode of David Foster: Off The Record, according to US Weekly. “It was for another reason, which I will never reveal, but it had nothing to do with her being ill.”

During another appearance on WWHL, Hadid told Cohen that she and Foster “of course” signed a prenup. “Hollywood, honey!” She quipped, insisting she “married for love.” But after love is gone, there’s little left other than a potentially fat bank account. So how much money did Hadid get in her divorce from Foster?

Yolanda Hadid’s divorce resulted in neither money nor regret

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans will likely never know the real reason behind Yolanda Hadid and David Foster’s divorce. She hinted that the breakup was influenced by her Lyme disease. He vehemently denied it had anything to do with the disease, but refused to disclose his motivation. However, Foster’s track record speaks volumes. In the documentary David Foster: Off the Record, the iconic producer admitted, “Basically, when things get tough or bad, I run instead of solving them.” The odds were against Hadid from the start. But love knows no borders, so she signed the marriage contract and walked down the aisle anyway.

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E! Online reports that Foster’s prenup was ironclad and Hadid ultimately received nothing in the divorce settlement. But the reality star didn’t stay high and sober to earn the rent as a single mom; far from it. Before meeting Foster, she had already made bank thanks to her successful modeling career. Also, Hadid made a whopping chunk of change when she split from her first husband and the father of her three children.

Celebrity Net Worth puts Hadid’s net worth at around $45 million. Granted, it pales in comparison to Foster’s estimated $150 million, but she worked hard for the money. Hadid grew up “very poor” and came to the States with just $55 in his pocket. “I was hungry to survive,” she told Money. Hadid credited her mother’s influence and a “great work ethic” for her success.

Yolanda Hadid has found the perfect man after her divorce from David Foster

Yolanda Hadid and David Foster moved on with their lives. According to Vogue, Foster married Katherine McPhee in July 2019. The blushing bride wore a custom Zac Posen gown to say ‘yes, I do’ at a stunning chapel in South Kensington, London. McPhee slipped into a second “off the shoulder” pose number for the post-wedding celebrations. Then a third to cut an elaborate six tier wedding cake adorned with pink roses. Let’s hope Foster gets lucky for the fifth time, because certainly no expense has been spared.

Meanwhile, in 2019, Hadid began dating her new CEO-investor and addiction advocate Boo, Joseph Jingoli. “They were formed by mutual friends and have been together for about three months now,” a source tells E! News. “They met each other’s children and they all love Joseph.” A look at Hadid’s Instagram feed shows that emotion. “I celebrate you today and every day. Thank you for being such a beautiful light in my life,” she wrote in September 2019. “The calm amidst my storm and the rock at this most difficult of times.”

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“There’s nothing like love and being infatuated,” Hadid told ExtraTV after admitting she wasn’t single anymore and ready to mingle. Hadid shared that after Foster’s divorce, she “lay down for two and a half years to heal” and work on herself. “I wrote a love spiral with all the qualities I want in a man and it magically appeared,” explained Hadid.