Wendy Williams has had a change of mind towards her ex husband, Kevin Hunter. The talk show host is reportedly about to take him back only as her business manager after the pair had a series of emotional heart-to-heart talks about their professional life together.
Wendy Williamsis now in talks with Hunter over his possible return as her business manager. The 55-year-old TV host dumped Kevin Hunter, 47, and fired him after his long-term affair with massage therapist Sharina Hudson, 33, whom he welcomed a child with was exposed in April 2019.
After a series of face-to-face meetings, the pair even drafted a joint press statement to announce they will not dissolve their production company, publishing house or charitable foundation in a bid not to damage the ‘legacy’ of the work they’ve put in.
Though their 22-year marriage ended in infidelity and acrimony, the two still make a ‘solid team’, having built a successful business, which they are now trying to preserve with a carefully negotiated divorce deal. Lawyers for the couple are close to a settlement agreement and Williams has paved the way for Hunter to return as her business manager.
Wendy and Kevin’s marriage might be over but they still have love for one another and she realizes that when it comes to business they had a great partnership, there was definitely magic there.
Wendy has come around to the idea that it makes more sense for Kevin to stick around, it’s best for her business and career and for their family.
Since he left the business there’s been a lot of infighting and back-biting behind the scenes, that’s the kind of stuff Kevin kept a handle on.
But while the couple is understood to be trying to resolve their split ‘amicably’ for the sake of their family, Hunter is concerned that if he agrees to come back as Williams’ business manager and make certain concessions in the divorce settlement, she could easily decide to fire him down the line, the source explained.
Kevin is willing to work with Wendy but he wants to make sure anything he decides to do is in his best interests, that’s what’s being sorted out now.