Kendra Wilkinson is “counting down” to trick-or-treating with her son. The 29-year-old reality TV star shares Hank IV, four, and daughter Alijah, five months, with husband Hank Baskett. And although the couple’s marriage has been on shaky ground in recent months, the former Playboy model is still looking forward to family time and getting into the spirit.
'We all start at our house and we trick or treat around the neighborhood'
"Hank [IV] is so excited for Halloween. It's like a big countdown right now," she told US Weekly. "Him and his friends, we all get together, and we all start at our house and we trick or treat around the neighborhood. It's so fun."
Kendra said her son is already proving to be “a very competitive little guy”. The tot enjoys coming home with the most candy of anyone. But fortunately for his mother, he’s not too concerned about eating it all.
“It's about how much he gets and not about how much he eats,” she explained.
Kendra didn’t share any plans for her Halloween costume this year. But there’s one she’s given up for good. Asked if she’ll dress up as a Playboy bunny, the star laughed: “I’m conservative now!”
The former model’s comments come shortly after she reconsidered ending her marriage of five years.
Kendra and Hank split amid rumours he had an affair with transgender model Ava London last summer.
In an interview earlier this month, Kendra admitted she was having second thoughts and was questioning the validity of a recorded conversation leaked online which appeared to capture the former NFL player committing adultery.
"This is [a] straight setup and if anybody's listening to this and thinking, ‘Oh, he's guilty,' who's the one guilty? The one that's setting up this blackmail," she told E! News. "That's the one who should be in jail right now.
“It was premeditated. I feel like celebrities right now have a big target on their heads and blackmail is to follow."
Kendra admitted she came close to signing off on an annulment before hearing the audio.
"I found myself in a position where it came down to literally a signature for the divorce to go through and something held me back," she explained. "Something a bit more powerful pulled me away from doing that and the power I believe is my heart.
"I'm not making a rash decision, divorcing or staying with him. I'm trying to let things happen naturally, let things play out a little longer."
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