After jetting off to an unknown location with his alleged mistress Sharina Hudson earlier this week, the talk show host’s estranged ex is flaunting his getaway all over social media, posting a clip of a tasty-looking margarita on Thursday, September 23.
Hunter — who was married to the daytime diva from 1997 to 2019 — posted a photo of himself and Hudson via his Instagram Story on Tuesday, September 21, as they waited to board their flight. The former producer brandished his diamond grill as the lovebirds smiled for the camera.
He captioned the snap, “Infamous.” Hudson posted a selfie of her own, but conveniently left her beau out of the pic.
Williams slapped her ex with divorce papers amid bombshell rumors he’d fathered a child with another woman — allegedly Hudson.
Hunter living the good life comes as the 57-year-old The Wendy Williams Show host is fighting to get back on TV after undergoing evaluation for “psychiatric services.”
She was released from a Manhattan hospital earlier this week after battling COVID-19 and mental health issues. OK! reported “Wendy is home and improving every day” and determined to make it back to the iconic purple chair for the rescheduled season premiere of her hit daytime chatfest next month.
After Williams contracted the deadly virus, her team released a statement saying, "To allow Wendy time to quarantine and fully recover and to ensure that our production abides by the SAG/AFTRA and DGA Covid protocols, we expect to begin the 13th season of The Wendy Williams Show on Monday, October 4th. In the meantime, repeats will be scheduled."
The Ask Wendy: Straight-Up Advice for All the Drama In Your Life author’s upswing in health is sure to delight eager staffers on her show who are itching to return to work, as some are spilling the tea on Williams’ behavior on set.
An employee dished that leading up to her hospitalization “Wendy was drinking every day, even while filming the show,” noting that some could smell the liquor on her.
Another staffer vented she is surrounded by “enablers” who are afraid to speak up in fear they will “lose their job.”