With everything going on in the world right now, Yolanda Hadid is focusing on gratitude. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum has been staying safe with her family on her Pennsylvania farm, and she wouldn't have it any other way — especially with the announcement of daughter Gigi Hadid's pregnancy.
But shortly before we learned that Yolanda was going to be a grandmother, she gave us an intimate look at her life in self-quarantine with her kids.
In the video above, Yolanda confesses, "You know, this self-isolation time has been interesting. You know, obviously, like, for everybody. It's a time to really look within, and you get to spend so much time with yourself and your children and the people that you're in isolation with."
Yolanda goes on to explain how the current situation has given her time with her family that she probably wouldn't have had otherwise.
The RHOBH alum says it's "an extraordinary moment for people in the world to come together as one. We're learning to be more kind, more helpful, and really give to others rather than take, and take, and take. Personally, I've been trying to use this opportunity to grow and really look within myself at where I can get better — as a woman, as a mother, as a friend to others. I think it's also been great that it's been a time to spend more time with my children, family time that we haven't really had for the past five years," says the proud mom.
Yolanda also takes a moment to thank all of the doctors and essential workers who are helping countless people. Although it's a tough time, the Pennsylvania farm owner is staying positive.
She says, "Obviously, it's a scary time for the world and it's challenging at times, of course. But on the other side, I'm also trying to look at this as an opportunity to work on myself and to work on the land here, planting, taking care of the animals, re-connecting with the horses."
Learn what else Yolanda's family farm life consists of in the video above!
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