She came to fame as one of Hugh Hefner's lovely ladies on “Girl Next Door,” but Kendra Wilkinson wasn’t necessarily prepared for all that she’d be expected to do when she moved into the Playboy Mansion.
During “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!” the 29-year-old “Kendra” starlet chatted about her naiveté as a then-18-year-old party girl.
While many Hollywood marriages seem to be picture perfect, Kendra Wilkinson found out that her union with Hank Baskett was in deep trouble with just one phone call.
During her interview on “Beyond Candid with Giuliana,” the former “Girls Next Door” hottie explains that it was actually her agent who made her aware that her hubby had supposedly hooked up with a transsexual woman.
It’s been a dicey time for the marriage of Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett and if things don’t get better they may become another celebrity divorce statistic.
Per an Us Weekly report, the 29-year-old former “Girls Next Door” gal (who gave birth to daughter Alijah in May) was furious when her hubby didn’t publicly deny rumors that he’d had an affair with transsexual YouTube star Ava Sabrina London.
Last Friday (May 16) Kendra Wilkinson gave birth to a happy and healthy baby girl and now she and husband Hank Baskett have shared the moniker they chose for their bundle of joy.
Per the official birth certificate, Baby Girl Baskett’s name is Alijah Mary Baskett. Shortly after Alijah’s arrival, Kendra told Us Weekly, “I feel great and I am so happy. She is healthy with all 10 fingers and 10 toes.”
The very pregnant reality star wore a white T-shirt stretched over her bulging baby bump, tank jacket, and black pants while the "Trophy Wife" beauty donned a sleeveless black and white top and blue jeans.
She is always the topic of conversation for her controversial ways, but one Hollywood star is calling Miley Cyrus "a good example."
On Tuesday (April 1), Kendra Wilkinson spoke up for the "We Can't Stop" songstress saying, "She's a very good example. As much as we think she's crazy, I think she's a good example. Let's not be so trapped in a box. I'm going to teach my daughter that way: be who you want to be. Society's going to put these rules on you, but if you have this feeling that you need to do whatever it is, do it."