Wendy Williams: ‘I will get married again’
Wendy Williams will marry again — but she’s learned from her mistakes with ex-husband and manager Kevin Hunter, and she now insists on “a man with a full career and his own money and his own situation.”
Daytime TV queen Williams — who is going through a very public divorce from Hunter, who also executive produced her show — reveals to Dr. Mehmet Oz on his show Wednesday that she hopes to remarry, but this time she’ll protect herself with a prenuptial agreement, and she’ll keep this hubby in a separate home.
Williams has said she’s dating “many men,” and did not elaborate to Oz about who could be her next husband. But she said of her situation, Page Six has exclusively learned: “I say this all the time … I’m a wife. I’m not a girlfriend and I will get married again. There will be a prenuptial agreement, and by the way, Mehmet, we will not be living in the same house.”
She added it would be “marriage under new circumstances … like, ‘All right. Let’s stay at your place tonight. Let’s stay at my place tonight … But … you buy the third place. How about that?’ ” She insisted, “I need a man with a full career and his own money and his own situation. I don’t want anything from you, except your love and respect.” And, “Don’t ask anything of me, but love and respect.”
Hunter was fired as Williams’ manager and EP after he had a baby with his mistress earlier this year. Williams has said, “Infidelity is one thing, a full baby is a whole other topic.”
A source said that Williams met with Oz for lunch at his home before the interview and brought along Jamie Silverman, the real estate agent handling the sale of Williams’ New Jersey marital mansion, on the market for $1.9 million.
Said a source of the “Dr. Oz” talk, “Wendy’s super comfortable with him, and he even helps her with medical stuff … He’s been helping her for over a year. He recommends doctors.” Williams revealed she suffers from lymphedema, which causes swelling in the arms and legs, plus Graves’ disease. She has also battled addiction issues.
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