48 hours after pulling out of a scheduled appearance on the "Wendy Williams Show" due to a "family emergency", it looks all is well with her.
A spokesperson released a statement Thursday saying, "We respect their privacy regarding personal matters", after asked by Inside Edition about the divorce. However, by 2019, reports surfaced that Kevin had allegedly been unfaithful to Wendy, and that he fathered a child with his mistress Sharina Hudson.
What's next is unknown, but it won't be easy: Kevin is Wendy's long-time manager and they are also partners in Wendy Williams Productions, the company that produces her eponymous daytime show.
Welp, as you know, Hunter's infidelity wasn't the only thing rumored to be wrong with Williams and Hunter's marriage. Soon after that, she went public with the news that she has been living in a sober house to treat an unspecified addiction (though she had been public with her battles with cocaine).
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"I'm still very much in love with my husband", she told her viewers.
A source told the New York Post: "Wendy is not in a good way, everyone is so concerned for her".
Following a two-month break to focus on her health, Williams returned to her show on March 4. There are things that make it hard to laugh; hard to live the way you want. "I'm still wearing my ring".
It has been a rough couple of months for the 54-year-old, who is now working on her sobriety as her marriage crumbles. Now, it is being confirmed that the talk show host has filed for divorce. In 2000, they welcomed their son, Kevin Hunter Jr.
But let's just say, all signs were pointing to Williams being downright unhappy in her current situation. "Only a couple of the audience members asked me [about it]", she said before adding, "I felt awful".