Yolanda Foster called out her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmate Lisa Vanderpump, after the English restaurateur seemed intent on preventing a possible cross-country move for her daughter, Pandora.
As we previously reported, Lisa was not thrilled after Pandora talked about a possible move to New York, as her husband Jason had a possible job opportunity back East.
"If I have anything to do with it," Lisa said, "they won’t be going anywhere soon."
In response, the pragmatic Foster wrote in a Bravo blog that she "was surprised by the lack of support" from Vanderpump.
She asked, "Wouldn't they want their daughter to have a husband that is self-sufficient and out in the world making a name for himself?"
The Holland-born Foster said that while she understands what fuels Vanderpump's desires, it's "just not reality" to impose those needs on your grown children, and "maybe a little presumptuous."
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The Dutch beauty said that "expecting a guy with such great education to stay around to sell toilet paper just to keep their daughter close to home seems like a sign of entitlement … if you ask me."
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Mondays on Bravo at 8/7c.