Yolanda Would Be Fine Financially Without 'RHOBH'

There's no doubt that most of the Housewives on Bravo's popular reality TV franchise are rolling in dough. Take Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster, who has been part of the diamond-loving cast since Season 3 and flaunting her wealth, albeit tastefully. I mean, you know someone has a lot of money when they own an amazing see-through refrigerator and their own lemon trees. Right? Ever since her Housewives debut, Yolanda has become a fan-favorite and not just because she has a lot of money. Still, I'm sure many are wondering exactly what Yolanda Foster's net worth is.

Before getting into the nitty-gritty, let's talk about her husband, David Foster, who, according to CelebrityNetWorth.com, is worth less than his wife. This might surprise some, especially since David is an award-winning musician and composer, who was nominated three times for an Oscar, but, hey, a woman can be worth more than her husband. Per CelebrityNetWorth.com, David's net worth is $30 million, which is all thanks to his very successful music career.

As for Yolanda, CelebrityNetWorth.com reports the Housewife originally from the Netherlands is worth $45 million. That's right, $15 million more than her hubby. It doesn't surprise me that Yolanda is reportedly worth so much, especially since she's been working hard ever since she was a young woman. Let's break it down and see just where Yolanda has earned and continues to earn her money.

From Her Modeling Days

As RHOBH viewers know, the 51-year-old wasn't always a Housewife — Yolanda was a model (just like her daughters Gigi and Bella Hadid) before becoming a dedicated wife and mother, which is where she earned a good deal of money.

From Interior Design

That's right, Yolanda also dabbles in interior design, which based on her home, she's very talented at. According to Organizing LA, she even once owned an interior design business. Plus, she still does some interior design for her husband, David, and her ex-husband, Mohamed Hadid.

From Her Divorce

She also raked in some money after her divorce from Mohamed Hadid. Per CelebrityNetWorth.com, 2003 court documents revealed Yolanda's settlement included a $6 million Malibu home, a Santa Barbara mansion, an Escalade and Range Rover (among other cars), $30,000 in monthly child support (for their three children, Gigi, Bella, and Anwar), and a $3.6 million cash payout.

From The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Duh. While starring on the Bravo hit, CelebrityNetWorth.com reports Yolanda's salary is $100,000 per season. However, now that there's a chance she'll only appear every so often on RHOBH (due to her battle with Lyme disease) rather than as a full-time Housewife, she might make less per season.

Yep, Yolanda could easily live comfortably without filming any more episodes of RHOBH. Let's hope that doesn't happen, because I like Yolanda and she sure brings class to the reality series.