Look who’s hanging out again!
Disgraced former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner was spotted out in public with his estranged wife Huma Abedin on Saturday night — more than a year after he said their divorce was “all but finalized.”
The pair were seen sitting side-by-side at a table at the Ziegfeld Theater in Midtown Manhattan during the annual Inner Circle charity show, which is a major event that brings both the city media and political worlds together for a night of Broadway-like comic skits.
Weiner was dressed dapperly in a suit and tie and Abedin wore a white dress at the gala as they were photographed enjoying dinner.
Abedin had been dating Hollywood A-lister Bradley Cooper beginning last year, after cutting off her humiliating relationship with the pervy former Congressman, whom she married in 2010.
Abedin, the former vice chair of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, filed for divorce from Weiner in 2017 after he was sentenced to nearly two years in prison for sexting with a 15-year-old North Carolina girl.
She later withdrew the case, opting to negotiate privately while the couple continued to live in the same East Village building. The COVID-19 pandemic further delayed the legal separation.
In Feb. 2022, Weiner told The Post their divorce was “all but finalized.”
Abedin was seen apparently saying good night to Weiner in the ballroom’s lobby, before leaving the event alone while he went back inside. She declined to answer questions from a reporter as she left.
The pair’s split came after Abedin suffered through years of Weiner’s sex scandals, including images of a crotch shot he sent to woman while lying next to his young son in 2016 — which was “the last straw,” of their marriage.
Weiner, 58, had previously admitted to sexting at least three women in 2013 after he resigned from Congress.
Weiner was eventually convicted of one count of transmitting obscene material to a minor in 2017 and served 18 months at the Federal Medical Center at Devens, Massachusetts.
He was also required to register as a sex offender.
Weiner has since launched a political radio show which he co-hosts by Republican Curtis Sliwa.