Williams, 54, was seen for the first time shopping at a CVS in Southern FL. with a friend Tuesday, January 29 since announcing she was taking time off her show to focus on her health.
She was inside the convenience store for approximately 15 mins and a spywitness told Radar she appeared to be shopping for toiletries and snacks.
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As Radar previously reported exclusively, after a long hiatus, the famed show host will be returning to TV in about three weeks.
“Staff are planning a big ‘welcome back’ show where Wendy will address her health problems, but she isn’t going to be saying anything else,” said the insider.
“She will be working with PR people and producers and will stick to the press release script,” continued the source, adding that Williams will use a teleprompter and read only from the carefully-written script.
As Radar readers know, the TV star has been absent from her show since late December.
During one of her latest segments, she shocked viewers with her bizarre faces and slurred speech.
After the show, she blamed her wild behavior on pain meds.
For weeks afterward, the network continued postponing Williams’ return date, with the host claiming she’d suffered a shoulder fracture and other ailments, and was simply recovering.
Now, the network is refusing to announce William’s official return date, as they fear she will push it back once more!
After she pushed back the show’s return for the third time, an eyewitness told Radar that the troubled host, 54, appeared “frail” outside her New Jersey home.
Amid her mysterious health troubles, Williams had to cope with new rumors her husband’s longtime mistress Sharina Hudson was pregnant with his baby. The couple has vehemently denied recent reports that Hunter impregnated Hudson – a woman he’s accused of having a 10-year affair with.
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