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'RHOBH' Yolanda Foster hits back at those who say she's a submissive wife

Yolanda Foster is one of the housewives on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" but it's her roles as wife and mother that she places the most importance on. In an interview with British magazine OK! magazine, posted on Monday, Jan. 27, the Dutch former model hit back against those who criticize her for placing so much importance on playing the traditional homemaker.

Yolanda Foster
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"I love it when my husband says, 'I'm proud this is my home and my woman.' Some people might say I'm submissive or weak but, no, it's my strength. David's out all day, working hard; I love for him to come home and have a homemade dinner," she said.

She also takes her role as a mother very seriously.

"It's not only my job to make my home the best for my husband – my king – but also for my children," she said.

She may like the Beverly Hills lifestyle but believes that some Beverly Hills parents don't spend enough time with their children.

"There are so many dysfunctional kids in this town and a lot of them hardly see their parents. That connection with your husband and your kids is so important," she added.

Yolanda's husband, David Foster, has admitted that Yolanda sees being on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" as a way for her to have her own fitness and lifestyle show. Doing this feature with OK! magazine, in which she opens up about her blissful domestic life, certainly seems like an additional step towards that.

What do you think of Yolanda Foster's marriage?

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