Camille Cosby is seen without her wedding ring – leading to speculation about their 57th wedding anniversary

Bill Cosby’s wife of nearly 60 was seen without her wedding ring Friday, raising concerns about the state of their marriage.

Camille Cosby, 77, was spotted in New York City leaving the mansion where she has lived with Bill since his release from prison on June 30.

Bill, 84, was released due to a technical problem after a judge ruled he should not have been charged with sexual assault because he entered into an unwritten agreement with a previous prosecutor.

He went straight from prison to his Pennsylvania mansion and then to New York to be reunited with Camille, whom he hadn’t seen since his 2018 conviction.

Cosby had been convicted of aggravated indecent assault and did not want his wife or daughters to see him as a prisoner.

Camille Cosby, 77, was seen Friday in New York City, the first since her husband was released from prison on June 30

Camille and her husband have been living in their Upper East Side mansion since July 1.

Camille and her husband have been living in their Upper East Side mansion since July 1.

She was not wearing her wedding ring, sparking speculation about their marriage.  However, Bill Cosby's spokesperson said their July 1 reunion was emotional and heartfelt

She was not wearing her wedding ring, sparking speculation about their marriage. However, Bill Cosby’s spokesperson said their July 1 reunion was emotional and heartfelt

Camille Cosby didn't answer questions when she entered the house

Camille Cosby didn’t answer questions when she entered the house

Camille is the mother of his five children – Erika, Erinn, Ennis, Ensa and Evin.

Bill hadn't seen his wife Camille since 2018 when he received the guilty verdict

Bill hadn’t seen his wife Camille since 2018 when he received the guilty verdict

Bill and Camille bought the 12,000-square-foot home on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in 1987 for $6.2 million, and reportedly put $1.2 million more into it for renovations.

Camille didn’t answer questions when she was seen on Friday.

However, Cosby’s spokesperson Andrew Wyatt has insisted the couple are very much together, saying: “I know a lot of people who don’t wear rings and they haven’t worn them in 30 years.

“It’s hilarious because Mr. and Mrs. Cosby have been happily married for 57 years and that counts.”

Last week, he described their July 1 reunion to DailyMail.com, saying it’s “like watching teenage love.”

He said, ‘The way she touched him and said, ‘Billy.’ He said, “My dear Camille.”

The actor, who is planning a comeback tour, told DailyMail.com last week: ‘I just got a fresh one’ [hair]cut for this birthday dinner tonight.

“In the words of James Brown, it’s a man’s world, but it wouldn’t be anything without . . . Mrs. Camille Cosby.”

Bill Cosby is seen on his 84th birthday - July 12.  He celebrated in New York City and praised his 57-year-old wife

Bill Cosby is seen on his 84th birthday – July 12. He celebrated in New York City and praised his 57-year-old wife

Camille Cosby is seen on April 24, 2018, during his sexual assault trial at Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania

Camille Cosby is seen on April 24, 2018, during his sexual assault trial at Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania

He turned 84 on July 12.

Camille and house staff have been caring for Bill since his release and hadn’t left the luxurious building until Friday.

Several food packages from wellness company UNFI have arrived as the couple entrenched themselves and guests have come and go.

News of the Supreme Court ruling came on June 30.

Wyatt remembered keeping it to himself when he first got wind of it.

He said, “I haven’t told anyone because it’s been a roller coaster ride and so many people have come out with information saying he won’t be convicted, he won’t be charged, he won’t be convicted… It’s emotionally and mentally exhausting.’

Wyatt wanted to make sure it was true before breaking the news to Camille.

When he did, she too had trouble concentrating on what she was being told.

He said, “I called Mrs. Cosby and said, ‘You’re not going to believe this. They withdrew his entire conviction. They threw it out forever.”

And she said, ‘No, we need to check this.’

Camille and Bill Cosby are pictured in November 2014. They have been married for 56 years

Camille and Bill Cosby are pictured in November 2014. They have been married for 56 years

Bill and Camille Cosby are featured at the 1965-66 Emmy Awards

Bill and Camille Cosby are featured at the 1965-66 Emmy Awards

Camille was on his way from the family’s Massachusetts home to New York at the time.

Wyatt was already on his way to Pennsylvania and said to her, “I’ll take him to you.”

According to Wyatt, Cosby was asleep in his cell at the same time, oblivious to everything.

Cosby told Wyatt that he had been in a deep sleep when guards opened his door and told him, “Get up. You are free.’

Wyatt said, “He said, ‘I heard all these inmates yelling, kicking the doors, yelling, ‘Go away Bill, Uncle Bill, the godfather.’

Bill Cosby can be seen on June 30 - the day of his release - with his spokesman Andrew Wyatt (right)

Bill Cosby can be seen on June 30 – the day of his release – with his spokesman Andrew Wyatt (right)

Cosby is completely blind because he lost his sight from glaucoma many years ago and he told Wyatt, “I thought there was a fight going on. I don’t know what’s happening.’

Later that night, Cosby admitted to Wyatt that he didn’t want to go to sleep for fear that if he woke up he would find it was all a dream.

It’s been seven months since the Pennsylvania Supreme Court heard Cosby’s appeal on two grounds.

His lawyers challenged the admissibility of a damaging statement by Cosby in a civil suit filed by Andrea Constand, and Judge Steven O’Neill’s decision to allow five other women to testify to allegedly similar “prior bad deeds’ during his second trial in 2018.

Camille Cosby has steadfastly supported her husband and accused Judge O’Neill of racism.

She wrote on his Instagram: ‘Now, after more than 50 years of work, that humanized the dehumanized; who also challenged the perennial architects of racist, exploitative and greedy maneuvers that have enabled them to divide and rule, my husband has been severely redefined by Judge O’Neill, despite there being no evidence.”

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