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'RHOBH' Alum Yolanda Hadid Saddles Up With New Boyfriend

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By Whitney Vasquez

Yolanda Hadid and her boyfriend have gone country just four months after they made their relationship Instagram official. The former "Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills" flaunted her western lifestyle during a recent trip to Texas proving she's come a long way since the 90210 zip code. Gigi and Bella Hadid's mom looked crazy in love with her businessman beau, Joseph Jingoli, as the two flaunted their relationship while dressed as cowboys during their ranch escapade. Yolanda shared tons of photos from their weekend away and she's never looked so good!

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She's Gone Country!

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Yolanda Hadid posted several snaps with her boyfriend, whose net worth is reportedly $40 million, on her social media over the weekend. Sporting a tan-colored cowboy hat and making sure to bundle up from the cold weather, the blonde bombshell wrote, "Texas holdings with my cowboy." She also shared a snap smiling sweetly while sitting on her country man's lap and showed him riding horses too. Yolanda's love for the animals runs deep as both her supermodel daughters are big horse riders, especially Bella.

Their Relationship!

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Yolanda's getaway with Joseph Jingoli comes just two months after the duo hit their first red carpet together. As The Blast reported, the reality star and her beau made their big debut in October at the Global Lyme Alliance's fifth annual Gala, hours after Yolanda revealed her Lyme Disease was "in remission." That same day, she told PEOPLE that she felt "better than ever" since being diagnosed with Lyme Disease 7 years ago. Speaking candidly to the outlet, she stated, "I’m in remission. I had a really bad year last year but I found a new frequency healing device and it’s been amazing for me. It took away 90 percent of my symptoms. It helped with my joint pain, the exhaustion, the brain fog, all the symptoms that come with Lyme disease.”

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