Wendy William moves on from her husband Kevin Hunter with no intention of reconciliation
Wendy opens about her situation
The 55-year-old opened up about her life in a recent interview. She told in detail about how she is going through a situation with her family on “The Karen Show” on Tuesday, July 23, and then broke down into tears. When the host Karen asked for any chances of reconciliation, William quickly replied ‘No!’
While they were discussing the ongoing divorce phase, she got very emotional. The conversation led her to tears. She also talked about getting a new credit card and changing her legal name. She said,
“Girl, no. Don’t ask.”
“I know what you’re saying, but my family is good, and we’ll always be family.”
“No, my name is Wendy Hunter. That’s my son’s name and you can’t take away 20 [years] … Don’t make me cry,”
She asked to change the topic stating,
More about the split
Wendy filed for divorce from Kevin on April after 21 years of marriage. The couple share 18-year-old son Kevin Hunter Jr. After the news of their separation sources say that Kevin seems to support Wendy and are working together.
Their split followed speculations that Williams estranged spouse fathered a child with his alleged mistress, Sharina Hudson.
After the hurricane
Later on, after discussing the divorce she was more excited when appeared on her own daytime talk show, ‘The Wendy Williams Show’, on Wednesday in which she revealed that she’s partnered with Lifetime to executive produce a biopic based on her life.
The two-hour biopic will also be accompanied by a two-hour documentary on Williams, which will both air the same night.
There is also another news that Williams is currently dating someone new. She mentioned that she is seeing a doctor in his 50s who has adult children.
“I’m not on the market anymore. I’m not in love. I don’t know how I’m doing,” she said at the time.
“I’m not in love but there’s somebody that I’m crazy about.”
Short bio on Wendy Williams
Wendy Joan Williams Hunter is an American television host, author, fashion designer, and media personality. She has hosted the nationally syndicated television talk show The Williams Show since 2008. Prior to television, Williams was a radio DJ and host and quickly became known in New York as a “shock jockette”. More bio…