Does Yolanda Hadid regret taking aim at her former husband, David Foster, in her new memoir, Believe Me: My Battle with the Invisibility of Lyme Disease?
Earlier this week, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star appeared on an episode of Watch What Happens Live and explained her reasoning behind her shocking comments about Foster.
"You know, David and I had an incredible seven-year run, and when I got sick, things went down, and it's just part of life. What I wrote wasn't about putting shade on anybody or my ex-husband; it was just to share that when people are chronically ill, it just strains the marriage, and I want people to know that that's normal. It wasn't about throwing shade at David. Like I said, we had an amazing time, and it was just the end of our cycle together," Hadid explained to Andy Cohen on the After Show on Tuesday night. "But people, other couples that are out there, think, 'Oh my God, I'm such a bad person because I can't support my husband or my wife.' No, you're normal."
"Everybody can reach the end of their rope, and we reached that point, and it's OK. It's nothing to do with shade. I hold him in really high regard, and I wish him only love, health, and happiness, and that's the end of that," she added.
As for Foster, he spoke to Entertainment Tonight earlier this year, revealing that he hadn't yet read his former wife's book.
“I haven’t read the book,” he said. “But she seems to be doing great. She’s healthy and living back east and happy and her kids are doing great, so it’s good.”