Williams, 41, was airlifted yesterday to a medical facility in Guadeloupe for treatment for the burns she sustained in a fire at her home on Wednesday morning.
Her toddler son, Jadean, 3, was also airlifted to a facility in Martinique on a second MEDIVAC flight, almost two hours after his mother.
Williams, her two young sons, her fiancé Eddy and his daughter were rushed to hospital by ambulance, after a fire, believed to have been electrical, burnt their dwelling.
Minister of Health Molwyn Joseph confirmed the government will be footing the bill to get the mother and son treatment for the second-degree burns William sustained to the face and torso and the toddler to his face and upper body.
“It is difficult at this time to ascertain the cost, but we have a working relationship with the French authority. As long as we document our commitment as a government to cover the cost, they will provide the services,” Joseph said in an interview.