Kelly reportedly is looking to stay off TV until October. She received the full $69 million from her contract.
Megyn Kelly is considering a return to TV in the fall, in time to cover the 2020 race, sources tell Page Six — although she is still “emotionally scarred” from her unceremonious exit from NBC.
For now, the journalist — who was axed as host of the 9 a.m. hour of “Today” in October over her comments about blackface — is busy spending time with her three kids and learning to cook.
They say she also finally has the time to take exercise classes.
While she’s been off the scene, rumors have swirled that Kelly is working on a tell-all book. But a source close to her denied the scuttlebutt.
The source said: “There’s no book. Megyn’s already written a book” — the 2016 autobiography “Settle for More” — “and why would she want to go back and revisit that NBC nonsense? If there was to be a book, it would be based around policy issues, which isn’t likely right now.”