Wendy Williams shows off bare legs in Daisy Dukes after revealing she suffers from swollen ankles in lymphedema battle
WENDY Williams showed off her bare legs in Daisy Dukes.
The daytime talk show host revealed she suffers from swollen ankles in her lymphedema battle.
Wendy was spotted enjoying the beautiful, warm weather as she showed off her long legs in pair of cut-off daisy dukes.
The host even flashed a peace sign as she carried a leopard print purse.
She showed her city spirit wearing a New York Yankees' varsity jacket and also sported Air Jordan sneakers.
Last month, Wendy hid her swollen ankles in white fluffy boots.
She was spotted concealing her swollen feet in huge fluffy white boots.
The mom of one flashed a bright blue Adidas x Ivy Park coat, from Beyonce's Ice collection.
In March she also showed viewers a close-up of her severely swollen ankles as she suffers from lymphedema.
The daytime talk show host admitted she can't even walk two blocks because of the disease.
Wendy asked for a closeup of her feet and said: "Do you see my feet? Do you see how they barely fit in my shoes even? I have Lymphedema. I've had it now for a few years…
"Mine [my feet] are discolored. They're hardened. I can't wear boots. I can't believe in our comment section people say, why does she walk like that.
"Well if you see me in an airport, you'll be like is that Wendy in a wheelchair? Yup. I can't even walk two city blocks. You know you got the numbness and whatnot. It's not curable…"
Last year, Wendy clapped back at those trolling her lymphedema during an after-show on Instagram: “Stop asking me about the cankles, I have lymphedema.
“Stop asking me why I wear sneakers, I have lymphedema. Stop asking me why my eyes bulge, I’ve got Graves’ disease. Stop asking me, like, dumb mess! Can we connect on a more cerebral level?”
Wendy recently posted a snap of her cuddling up to a new mystery man.
The daytime talk show host teased fans, writing "who is this guy?" after a loved-up trip with her new beau Mike Esterman.
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