REAL Housewives of New York returned with a bang with season 13.

With the new series comes a new wife on the block, in the form of the feisty Eboni K. Williams.

Who is Eboni K. Williams?

Eboni K. Williams, 37, was born September 9, 1983 and is an American lawyer and television host.

She co-hosts the late-night talk show State of the Culture on Revolt TV.

Eboni also co-hosted a talk show on WABC Radio in NYC and was a co-host of Fox News Channel's 2017 show Fox News Specialists.

In October 2020, she was cast for season 13 of the Real Housewives of New York City.

What is Eboni's net worth?

Eboni has amassed a fortune during her career.

She reportedly has a net worth of $3M, which will be boosted massively thanks to being on RHONY.

Eboni currently lives in a fancy New York apartment in the TriBeCa neighbourhood, which even boasts its own wine storage unit.

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Is Eboni married?

Turns out, Eboni is actually free and single .

Despite the name of the show being 'Real Housewives of New York' she actually isn't married, and never has been.

But Eboni isn't alone in being the single lady on the show.

In fact ALL of the RHONY cast aren't currently married.

Does Eboni have any children?

Eboni doesn't have any children.

She talked to Essence in October 2020 and told them about where she is in her life right now, especially when it comes to building a family of her own.

"I just turned 37 and I’m at a place in my life [where] I’m on the cusp of what does family look like for me? How do I define that?" she said.

She continued, "In COVID [times], if I’ve learned nothing else, I’ve learned that family is the single most important thing in the world, and it’s gonna be the most important thing in my world going forward. That’s new for me." 

She also added: "Viewers are gonna get to ride that journey with me as I go back to see where family is for me and what it is for me historically, and I start moving forward to creating a family of my own."

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