In case you were wondering, former co-host Abby Huntsman doesn’t miss The View.
“I don’t talk much about this time and I won’t, but the decision I made was probably the best decision I could make for my life, for my mental health, for my happiness, for my family . ”She said to the people.
The decision was one “I’ve actually felt in my stomach for quite a while, much longer than people probably think.”
Huntsman left view in January 2020 amid swirling rumors of bad blood with Meghan McCain and the other co-hosts.
“And when I made the decision, I remember walking out that door after they told me, ‘Nobody quits their dream job on TV,’ and I said, ‘Well, this is not the dream job I was hoping for had, in many ways, that was, ‘”she said.
She remembers the feeling of relief on her last day when she left.
“I could hear the birds chirping in the city in Central Park,” she said, “and I looked up at the sky and thought, ‘This is the best thing I’ve done for myself.’ Because I can see the world, I can hear the world, I am more present. “
She said the past year has “been a lot of healing and asking me a lot of questions and thinking back things and wondering, ‘Did you make a mistake, did you get it right or done right?'”
Abby Huntsman worked on her father Jon Huntsman Jr.’s campaign for governor of Utah. Her entire family caught the coronavirus, and then her father lost his main race.
“I could sit here and tell you it’s all a lesson, but no … that was one of the hardest things I’ve ever been through,” said Huntsman.
Huntsman have new plans to start a podcast soon.
The View is currently co-moderated by Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, McCain and Ana Navarro.