Kendra Wilkinson is "done" with her marriage.
The 29-year-old reality TV star was left devastated after claims her husband Hank Baskett cheated on her with a transgender model while she was pregnant with their second child and friends close to her say she has no interest in reconciliation.
"Hank and Kendra are on speaking terms, but she's still so mortified by the situation. [The cheating] happened before, but she's done [with the marriage]. It's more about the kids and the finances now. She's an optimistic person and wants people to know she's doing better," a source said.
Although the fallout from the affair claims is set to air on her reality TV show Kendra On Top, Kendra is said to be unhappy about it. "They're contractually obligated and are in the middle of filming. But she doesn't want people talking about it for the rest of her life. She just wants to move forward," the insider added.
Kendra Wilkinson has named her newborn daughter Alijah.
The Kendra on Top star, who also has four-year-old son Hank Jr. with husband Hank Baskett, welcomed their second child into the world at 8.02am at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles last Friday. And according to her baby girl's birth certificate, obtained by gossip website TMZ.com, the tot's full name is Alijah Mary Baskett.
It is not yet known what prompted the blonde beauty to select the Americanized version of Elijah for her daughter's first name, but her middle name is believed to be in honor of Kendra's grandmother, Mary Stotz, as well as a tribute to Hugh Hefner's late Playboy secretary Mary O'Connor, to whom the model was very close before her death in January 2013.
The couple have been tight-lipped about their new arrival to date, but former NFL star Hank wrote on Twitter on Tuesday, "Thank you to all the congrats & well wishes y'all have sent! Been a busy cpl of days but happy to say both my ladies are home & doing great! [sic]."
Kendra Wilkinson wants "absolutely no pink" for her daughter.
The model-and-reality TV star is pregnant with her second child - which will be a sister to four-year-old Hank Jr. - but she doesn't want to force the traditional female stereotypes onto her. "Absolutely no pink! I don't want to shove pink in my little girl's face. I don't want to do that to her. We are people who are going to allow her to be who she wants to be. Unisex is the way to go this time around. We're going to do something where she is not being pushed to just be one way," she said.
The 28-year-old star - who is married to NFL player Hank Baskett - is also banning dolls when the tot arrives because she doesn't believe they are the right toys for children. "No dolls! Never. I never played with dolls. I don't understand why baby girls play with baby dolls. Why? Are we setting them up to have a baby? [Hank] agrees with me on the no-pink thing, but he did say she is going to be his little princess," she added.
Kendra Wilkinson ditched her birth control without telling Hank Baskett.
The reality TV star, who is in the early stages of pregnancy with her second child, informed her therapist that she didn't want to tell her husband of four years, with whom she already has a three-year-old son Hank Baskett IV, that she was removing her IUD coil because she was annoyed with him.
The 28-year-old former Playboy model was seen discussing her pregnancy plan on the latest episode of her series Kendra On Top on Friday night, and said, "I want to remove my IUD without [telling] Hank." When her therapist advised her to make sure that she and her husband both wanted another child, Kendra said, "We've talked about it. He's more about it than he isn't."
Later in the episode, she finally told Hank that she was no longer protected but was upset when he admitted he was feeling under too much "pressure" to expand their family.
Kendra Wilkinson is no longer ready for baby number two.
The former The Girls Next Door star - who already has one child with husband Hank Baskett - has decided she wants to make the most of her freedom now their son Hank Jr. is almost three years old.
"We like to go out now. We're back to being young and fun again!'' We love to go out, we love to be in Hollywood... YOLO - You only have one life to live and we love to be young," the 27-year-old ex-Playboy model told USMagazine.com.
Kendra had previously said she and her husband talked everyday about expanding their family.
The reality star enjoyed a night out with her husband, whom she married in December 2009, to celebrate the launch of 'Resident Evil 6 at Lure in Hollywood on Friday night.
Kendra Wilkinson believes she has "no talent."
The former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner insists she knows her fame is fleeting.
"I never ever see myself as a celebrity or famous so I poke fun at that. I just say what I do. I have no talent. I have nothing to offer. I live my life on TV - it's like a home video, I'm very aware of what I do and I'm very aware of how quickly my career could end," she said.
The 26-year-old glamour model left the Playboy Mansion in 2009 to marry NFL star Hank Baskett and admits she constantly worries about keeping the work coming in.
"Every season I cross my fingers and hope the show gets picked up but it's out of my hands and in my fans' hands," she told People. But she is more confident about her husband's budding television career. "He is going to become a big time host, he is so good at hosting. You have got to watch out for him!" she said.
Kendra Wilkinson believes her "15 minutes" of fame are up.
The 26-year-old glamour model - who lived in the Playboy Mansion as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends before leaving to marry former NFL star Hank Baskett in 2009 - thinks her time in the spotlight has come to an end.
The Kendra reality star admits, "My 15 minutes of fame are up!" although she insists she is happy to take a back seat while her husband tries his hand at television work.
"He is going to become a big time host, he is so good at hosting. You have got to watch out for him!" she told In Touch.
The couple - who have two-year-old son Hank Jr - have put plans for family expansion on the back-burner until their future is more certain: "We are trying to figure out our careers. We don't know what is going on now. Why get pregnant and make it even worse, or more confusing?"
Kendra Wilkinson recently decided to live apart from husband Hank Baskett, whom she married in June 2009. The former Girl Next Door opened up about the situation to Life & Style.
The magazine reveals that the reality star’s “life has been turned upside down ever since husband Hank Baskett was dropped by the Philadelphia Eagles and signed to the Minnesota Vikings.” In the issue, Kendra will talk about her decision to take the couple's son Hank, 11 months, to LA to live apart from her husband.
“Not having Hank around hurts,” she says. “Hank’s not going to be there forever, but with him not physically here, I’m a single parent now.”
The entire article will be available in the newest issue of Life & Style.
Putting her sex tape scandal behind her, Kendra Wilkinson focuses on losing her baby weight for her husband.
The 25-year-old former Playboy Playmate gave birth to her first child, Hank Baskett IV, seven months ago and she is trying to shift the last remaining stubborn pounds so her body is back in top shape for spouse Hank Baskett.
“It’s all because of Hank. He’s the one I am doing it for. It’s not even for me being on the cover of magazines or on a TV show. I want my body back for Hank!” said Kendra, who is working out twice a day and eating a carb-free diet.
The blonde beauty was further inspired to stick to her weight loss plan after she managed to squeeze into some erotic lingerie on their first wedding anniversary.“I got to put on a hot, sexy outfit for him. You know, a nice sexy dress and later on a nice sexy lingerie outfit, and I looked in the mirror and I thought, ‘Damn, look at this!’”
Reality star mom and former Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson believes her sex tape will make her a better parent.
The blonde beauty - who made the video when she was 18 with ex-boyfriend Justin Frye - is “hurt” the footage is being released as a DVD, entitled Kendra Exposed, but thinks ultimately she and her American footballer husband Hank Baskett will be able to teach their son six-month-old Hank Baskett IV a moral lesson from it.
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