Yolanda Hadid is getting a fresh start.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hill star has moved into a new condo after divorcing David Foster. A source tells E! News that her estranged husband thought it would be a good idea for her to find her own place. "David thought it best that she move out," the source says. "It was his condo they had been living in."
The reality TV star has since Instagrammed a picture of a landline over the weekend with a cryptic message that implied she was beginning anew.
"First day of the rest of my life....... #DefiningMoment #NewBeginnings #OneFootInFronttOfTheOther #HomeSweetHome," she wrote alongside the photo.
She only just moved into her new apartment, but Foster already has made a home of it. Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid's mom shared another photo on Instagram of her getting cozy in bed (with that landline next to her). "If God brings you to it, he will bring you through it......... #Faith #BuildingTheNew #OneDayAtATime #NightNight," she captioned the pic, proving she's still keeping her head held high.
Although the split undoubtedly has been difficult on the Bravo star, she is choosing to focus on the great times she and David shared together instead of harping on what caused a rift between them. She did, however, admit that her Lyme disease played a role.
"Unfortunately it was not strong enough to withstand the circumstances that came our way," she told Andy Cohen when she called in to Watch What Happens Live. "Well, chronic long-term illness is extremely challenging. Not only for the person sick but also for the caregiver. It for sure changed the dynamic of the relationship."
The former Dutch supermodel keeps her mind on the positives to help get her through her hard time. "The truth is that we both worked through the difficult time through the best of our ability, so rather than judging what went wrong, I pick to honor the great times that we shared the last nine years," she added. "There were a wealth of good times."
Yolanda has been fighting Lyme disease since 2012 and has documented her struggle on the reality TV show. Fortunately, she's doing much better now than she was before.
"I am much better since the last time that I saw you," she told Cohen. "I have about 60 percent better brain function than I did in the last year. I can still only live and plan one day at a time. The exciting thing is watching the episodes and inspiring me, and I could see the progress that I have made. I am excited and grateful for that. I will continue to fight for a full recovery."