"I had to get my ducks in a row," Williams recalled. "I knew a lot of things for years."
Wendy Williams says she knew about her estranged husband Kevin Hunter's alleged secret life "for years."
While appearing on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM channel "Radio Andy" Monday, the talk show host opened up about her tumultuous relationship with Hunter, who reportedly fathered a child with a mistress during their marriage.
According to Williams, she was aware of "a lot of things" about Hunter's supposed "double life" during their 22 years of marriage but stayed with him to not shake up their son Kevin Hunter Jr's life.
"I had to get my ducks in a row. I knew a lot of things for years," she said. "But my son was at home. It wasn't fair to him. I'm not going grab his hand and flee the scenes and move zip codes. Now he has to move high schools and stuff like that -- he's just making friends."
"Now he's away in college, and the person I am now is very single because he's not living with me," she added. "He goes to school in Miami."
When asked whether she would have stayed with Hunter if pics of him with another woman didn't come out, she said, "I would have known anyway, I had my own."
She added, "No, I can take a lot, but I'm not raising a family.
Williams also squashed the rumors she had a fling with rapper Meek Mill.
"I wasn't making out with Meek Mill," she said. "I was whispering in his ear and I kissed him on the cheek because he performed at my sons Black Mitzvah."
"I'm not feeling for Meek Mill and he's not feeling for me," she added.
It was reported back in April Wendy had filed for divorce from Hunter. The couple, who were married for over two decades, have had problems with their relationship in the past including when Hunter was said to have cheated on Williams following the birth of their son, as detailed by the host in her 2004 memoir "Wendy's Got The Heat."
However, Hunter reportedly cheated on Williams again with Sharina Hudson, who is alleged to have recently given birth to Hunter's child.
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