Taking notes, Wendy? Resilient TV host clutches romance novel Every Thug Needs a Lady

Mail Online | 4/18/2019 | Kayla Brantley For Dailymail.com
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Wendy Williams appears to be doing some light reading in her spare time amid her split with cheating husband Kevin Hunter.

The talk show host was spotted Tuesday in her puffy leopard print coat and clutching a copy of romance novel 'Every Thug Needs a Lady' while stepping out of her Porsche and into the Queens sober house where she's been living for weeks.

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The book by Wahida Clark 'propels readers into a harsh world where strong men are driven to make bad choices and good women are their only hope' - a theme that is eerily similar to Wendy's current issues troubling her marriage after Hunter reportedly had a child with his mistress Sharina Hudson.

The siting comes after DailyMail.com exclusively reported that Wendy fired Kevin as executive producer from her show in the wake of their divorce, which has since been confirmed by a spokesperson from Lionsgate's Debmar-Mercury.

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'Kevin Hunter is no longer an executive producer on The Wendy Williams Show. Debmar-Mercury wishes him well in his future endeavors,' a spokesman said a statement.

Insiders from her show say the 54-year-old star has added extra personal security to her roster while her ex clears out.

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On Tuesday, DailyMail.com revealed that Wendy gave Kevin 48 hours to remove his belongings from their marital home in Livingston, New Jersey.

On Wednesday a U-Haul was seen leaving the couple's home and boxes were packed into Hunter's white SUV.

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Wendy reached her tipping point after learning Hunter had been living the high life with his decade-long mistress Sharina, who gave birth last month, splurging on Rolls-Royces, Ferraris and gifting her with diamonds.

Hunter released an apology on Tuesday admitting he was not 'proud of his recent actions' and was 'trying to right some wrongs' while taking 'full accountability' for what he had done.

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