"I have chosen to leave my husband. Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time."
Despite leaving Weinstein, many have questioned how the scandal will impact Chapman's Marchesa brand, which the producer helped get off the ground as an investor in the early '00s.
"The feeling among Marchesa staff is nervous and uncertain," our source revealed. "The good news is, they had several buyer appointments this week, and no one canceled. So that's a hopeful sign."
"In addition to Huma, several other very high profile women have reached out to Georgina," the insider added. "People are calling her to see how they can help. They see her as a victim in all this."
The source added, "Georgina is getting phone calls and advice from a lot of people right now."
Georgina Chapman is not alone following her estranged husband, Harvey Weinstein's highly-publicized scandal.
The Marchesa co-founder separated from her husband after the many sexual misconduct allegations about the Hollywood producer began surfacing last week.Read more at EOnline