Wendy Williams’ current health status after wellness facility admission revealed

US television presenter Wendy Williams arrives for Apples "The Morning Show" global premiere at Lincoln Center- David Geffen Hall on October 28, 2019 in New York. (Photo by ANGELA WEISS / AFP) (Photo by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)

Wendy Williams’ latest health update has been revealed months after she was admitted to a wellness center.

Following numerous reports that Williams’ health was deteriorating, her publicist released an official statement confirming that the talk show host’s condition had improved after two months.

Williams’ publicist Shawn Zanotti revealed to PEOPLE that the 58-year-old is “healing” as she begins her recovery journey.

She said:

“We are happy to report that Wendy Williams is home and healing after being in a wellness facility since August. Wendy is excited about the road ahead and looking forward to releasing her many projects.”

Williams thanked her fans and supporters for their prayers during her health battle. She declared that she was back and feeling better than ever.

The good news came months after she decided to focus on her health with the assistance of a wellness center.

Williams began her healing journey to provide a better experience for her fans after officially launching “The Wendy Experience Podcast.” Her representatives assured her that she was receiving the best possible care from the best doctors available at the time.

After losing her beloved “The Wendy Williams Show,” Williams’ highly anticipated return may finally allow her to begin her planned podcast.

She began having health problems after being diagnosed with Graves’ disease in 2018. The condition is an autoimmune disorder resulting in hyperthyroidism or an overactive thyroid. It’s also the reason for her now-noticeable bulging eyes.

It can reportedly cause severe problems if left untreated, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

She was diagnosed with lymphedema the following year, which caused a buildup of fluid in her body tissues. Fortunately, she discovered a doctor who could assist her in managing its symptoms.

Due to these issues, the general public assumed she had early-onset dementia after noticing “bizarre signs.”

Unfortunately, this impacted her appearance on “The Wendy Williams Show,” which eventually let her go in favor of Sherri Shepherd’s “Sherri.” Her absences cost her her long-running show.

Shepherd premiered the first episode of her show on September 12, and Williams stated that she would not watch any of its subsequent episodes. Shepherd responded via Instagram Live that she had heard Williams’ comments and asked everyone to pray for the embattled host instead.