The 48-year-old television personality was recently snapped continuing her Easter vacation in the Bahamas, paddleboarding in the ocean and sporting a black bikini. Kelly looked fit, healthy and happy, smiling big as she balanced on her board.
According to multiple reports, Kelly still left the network with the remainder of her $69 million contract. She later appeared to take the news in stride, joking about being unemployed to her Twitter followers that same month.
"About to begin jury duty this morning," she tweeted. "Slightly concerned about the effectiveness of the 'I'm far too busy' excuse this time."
ET spoke to CBS This Morning co-anchor Gayle King last October, who said she believed Kelly would eventually get a second chance when it comes to her career.
"I know Megyn Kelly, I've spent time with her," King said. "I know that she is very smart at what she does. I think she's very good at what she does, and I absolutely believe that she will get a second chance from somebody. I don't know where, I don't know when, I don't know how. But you know, I feel now everybody is sort of piling on Megyn Kelly all at one time and I always think that's a very difficult position to be in."
"But I know that she will get through this," she added at the time. "I think that this is very difficult, but I think that her comments were also very painful and hurtful to a lot of people. So, I think it's lessons learned from her, lessons learned to a lot of people who are watching this situation."