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Yolanda Foster Blames Her Divorce On Lyme Disease Battle

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Yolanda Foster's health not only jeopardized her career, it apparently ruined her marriage as well. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star called into Andy Cohen's Clubhouse to discuss her divorce from husband David Foster.

During Tuesday's juicy segment of Watch What Happens Live, the 51-year-old dished the dirt on what really ended her relationship –– and she didn't hold back.

"Well, chronic long-term illness is extremely challenging," she said, implying that her Lyme disease diagnosis caused marital issues. "Not only for the person who is sick but also for the caregiver. It for sure changed the dynamic of the relationship."

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Despite the split, Foster insisted that she has remained positive –– as she has with her illness –– and prefers to focus on the bright side when it comes to their divorce.

"We had a beautiful love story that I will treasure forever," she told Cohen. "Unfortunately it was not strong enough to withstand the sic circumstances that came our way. And that's really the story."

"The truth is that we both worked through the difficult time to the best of our ability, so rather than judging what went wrong, I choose to honor the great times we've shared the last nine years," Foster added.

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Meanwhile, as previously reported, Foster's RHOBH costars have offered their condolences to the former model in recent weeks.

"Very sad. In some ways, yes it was a surprise. I mean, we didn't know," Kyle Richards revealed last week on WWHL.



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