The newest addition to the Bravo TV's Real Housewives Of New York, Eboni K. Williams, has cued us in on her wealth as she showed off her lavish home in New York City to the NBC streaming division. 

With floor-to-ceiling windows, modern art displayed on the walls, multiple small bars with a wide selection of the finest winery, and a recording studio, the place in the Tribeca neighborhood is truly her haven — and an expensive one at that. 

The TV personality got the apartment for its wonderful view because not only is she a drinking enthusiast who wants to open a speakeasy in NYC, she drinks in the beauty of the whole of Manhattan from the comfort of her fancy living room.

Consistent with Williams's opulent taste, her net worth is around a whopping $3 Million. She accrued her fortune through her prolific career that spans journalism, law, writing, hosting, producing, and acting.

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The first black cast member of the Bravo TV franchise had started her career as a young attorney in the late 2000s. Before transitioning to a correspondent for CBS News, it wasn't long before she began handling high-profile domestic cases. 

Williams co-hosted a talk show on WABC Radio in New York City and co-hosted Fox News Channel's 2017 show Fox News Specialists. However, after four rough years, the latter was canceled for trying to obliterate political narratives.

Eventually, the activist became an anchor on America's News Headquarters for 21st Century Fox. She also worked as a contributor for Forbes for a year.

At present, she is the co-host on the hip hop talk show 'State of the Culture' and the host and executive producer for REVOLT BLACK NEWS. She has also hosted a podcast called 'Holding Court With Ebony K. Williams.'

The national media leader is also a bestselling author and had made her literary debut with Pretty Powerful: Appearance, Substance & Success in September 2017. 

Aside from all these accomplishments, she also regularly appears on the nationally syndicated radio show The Breakfast Club. She addresses controversial issues such as judicial discretion, political power, and legislative change. 

Williams has excelled in all of these sectors and effectively benefitted from them. Now that she is well-established, she is in more demand than ever.

Though the public defender has already reigned over the court and the media, she has gotten yet another opportunity to gain exposure as a reality TV star with her addition to the Real Housewives franchise.