AceShowbiz - Wendy Williams is reportedly making a big decision amid divorce from estranged husband Kevin Hunter. According to a new report, the 54-year-old TV personality is set to take her cheating husband back, though it's only in the capacity as her business manager.
Daily Mail reveals that Wendy and the 47-year-old have "a series of emotional heart-to-heart" which results in the conclusion that "they will not dissolve their production company, publishing house or charitable foundation." The site reports that the former couple reaches to the agreement as they don't want to "damage the 'legacy' of the work they've put in" during their 22-year marriage.
"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," explains a source to the publication. "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," adds the insider. "Of course Wendy was furious with Kevin over his affair, she felt he had publicly humiliated her and she wanted to come out fighting, but she's since softened her view of him and wants an amicable divorce. He has been very supportive, particularly around her struggles with alcoholism."
However, the informant notes that Kevin is concerned that should he be back as her business manager after making certain concessions in the divorce settlement, it would allow Wendy to easily decide to fire him down the line. "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," says the source.
Throughout their marriage, Wendy and Kevin have built The Hunter Foundation, WW Talk Productions and Hunter Publishing Group. It is said the pair have prepared a draft for a joint press statement to announce their decision.