EXCLUSIVE: David Foster caught on camera questioning his marriage to Yolanda on 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
The cracks in Yolanda and David Foster's marriage are starting to show on the next all-new Real Housewives of Beverly Hills -- and ETonline has your exclusive first look at the ominous scene.
Yolanda and David are in New York for the Global Lyme Alliance's Uniting for Lyme-Free World gala, which took place back in October. The couple is at a cocktail party with Yolanda's co-stars, Erika Jayne and Kyle Richards, when David is overheard on camera discussing his marriage with his friend, Tom. Check it out:
The conversation happens slightly off-camera, with David seemingly not realizing he's being recorded. Both men sound like they're not wearing microphones, with Tom kicking off the conversation by asking, "Are you feeling better?" David responds with, "A little, yeah. It's been a stretch."
"I want your life to go back to the way it was when you first got together," Tom says.
"How's that going to happen?" David asks, sounding dejected.
Tom tries to reassure David it will happen, but David ends the conversation with, "I don't know."
The clip is eerily mashed up with Yolanda entertaining her girlfriends and enjoying a rare night out, feeling healthy. In a confessional, she gets candid about the state of her marriage.
"You know, David has lost his wingman," Yolanda confesses. "He married a woman that was a social butterfly, always out, and doing and doing... and all of a sudden, I got sick. And you know, [I'm] the shell of the woman I used to be. Yes, he gets impatient. We've been trying to work through all the ups and downs. This is my journey. Unfortunately, it's out of my control."
The Fosters announced they were divorcing a few months after the scene was filmed, in December of 2015. ET caught up with Yolanda the day they went public with the news, and she told us she was "heartbroken."
Erika Jayne stopped by ET last month, and shared that Yolanda has also been heartbroken by her co-stars questioning her Lyme disease diagnosis all season long.
You can see more from that chat in the video below.