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Friday 25 July 2014

Kendra Wilkinson: My marriage is strong

Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra Wilkinson says that after nearly three years of marriage with husband Hank Baskett they "still believe in love."

The Playboy Playmate, 26, has had a tumultuous relationship with her football star husband including him being out of work and having to move several times.

But the blonde bombshell told Star magazine that despite the tough times they are committed to making their union work.

"We seriously believe in love," she told the publication. "It's been almost three years, and we're still strong. We want to be lifetime partners."

The former Girl Next Door says that communication is the key to their happiness.

"Everything is not picture perfect," Kendra shared. "We have been through so many ups and downs. We've talked about couples therapy, but we can talk through anything. We put everything behind us - we are therapists to ourselves."

"We never allow that word [divorce] to exist. We're hanging on in there. We are looking at the longevity."

Kendra says that Hank's transition from playing for the NFL to creating a television career for himself hasn't been easy.

"Hank's the smartest guy in the world, and he loves to host," Kendra gushed. "He's even taking hosting classes."

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