Wendy Williams has moved on from her 27-year-old boy toy Marc Tomblin. She is now dating a 50-something doctor who attended the NYC Gay Pride parade with her on June 30.
In a post on Instagram.com on Monday, Wendy, 54, confirmed she sent Marc packing back to the West Coast, and moved on with someone new.
"I'm not on the market anymore. I'm not in love," she wrote. "I'm not in love.. but there's somebody that I'm crazy about."
Wendy, who knows it takes time to find true Love, continued:
"Alright listen, it's not who you think. Okay, mother doesn't deal with children. But it just so happens that I guess with my charm and wit [sic], I attract people of all ages."
Wendy went on to explain her new man is a mature doctor in his 50s, who is divorced with grown children.
"You's all thinking I'm messing around with a 27-year-old - I get it, but when it comes time for the comfort of a man, I need somebody in his 50s too. And he's gotta work. It helps that he’s a doctor. I am not gonna say one more word, you're not gonna blow this for me. But he's been married, his kids are in their 20s and yes, he’s black."
Wendy also explained why her lower legs and ankles are swollen.
"Lymphedema, by the way, I've been diagnosed," she wrote. "It's not going to kill me, but I do have a machine — and how dare you talk about the swelling of it all," she told her faithful followers.
"I've got it under control. [The swelling] in my feet never goes all the way down, at least I have this machine," she said, referring to the Lymphedema Pump (see video below). "I sit for 45 minutes a day. It's the best party entertainer ever. Everybody [that] comes over wants to do it."
Lymphedema, or lymphatic edema, is usually diagnosed in cancer patients when the lymph drainage systems in their legs are blocked by tumors. The lymphatic system, which is a critical part of the immune system, normally returns interstitial fluid to the bloodstream. If the lymph system is blocked, fluid collects in the lower legs.
Wendy was diagnosed with Graves' disease years ago. Lymphedema is not a symptom of Graves' disease.
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