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Kendra Wilkinson ‘seeking help with husband’

Published 18/07/2014

Kendra Wilkinson
Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra Wilkinson and her spouse Hank Baskett are said to have enrolled in marital counselling since rumours surfaced he committed infidelity.

The former Girls Next Door reality star has been spotted without her wedding ring following rumours her other half Hank had an affair with a transgender model.

And although she previously laughed off the gossip, apparently the situation has become so tense the couple decided to seek professional help for their alleged marital problems.

"Yes, Kendra and Hank are in counselling,” a source told Us Weekly magazine.

It is claimed the pair, who are currently filming the third season of We tv programme Kendra on Top, have both worked with therapists before.

“Therapy is nothing new for them,” the insider said. “Both had been seeking help with their issues prior to the scandal: Hank because his father was dying and Kendra because she's had postpartum [depression] in the past. So it only makes sense they're in counselling now too. How much of it will be shown on the show is unclear at the moment."

According to We tv, Hank’s alleged affair won’t be glossed over in the next batch of Kendra on Top shows.

"We are currently in production on season three, which will premiere in the fall," a spokesperson for the network told E! News. "We have always followed and will continue to follow the reality of Kendra."

An insider confirmed to E! the programme will present an unflinchingly accurate view on the scandal.

"Everything's going to be addressed on the show, warts and all," the source said. "Production had already been filming Kendra before the scandal broke, so you're really going to see her reaction to everything from the ground up. Nothing about it is inauthentic. The cameras have been there through it all. It's been devastating."

Kendra married Hank in 2009 and they are parents to four-year-old son Hank Jr and two-month-old daughter Alijah.

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