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26.05.2023 - 17:31 / usmagazine.com
Get ready for some real talk. Kendra Wilkinson revealed that she and her ex Hugh Hefner’s widow, Crystal Hefner, will share an emotional conversation on season 2 of Kendra Sells Hollywood.
“We had an eye to eye,” the former Playboy Playmate, 37, exclusively told Us Weekly while promoting the new season of her Max reality show. “We had a real, you know, woman-to-woman talk about the past and about life and how we feel about everything.”
Before her marriage to ex-husband Hank Baskett, Wilkinson dated the late Playboy magazine founder for several years and starred on the E! series The Girls Next Door from 2005 to 2010. During their relationship, Hefner also dated Playmates Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt.
The publisher proposed to his third wife, Crystal, 37, in 2010. While she called things off five days ahead of their June 2011 wedding, they later reconciled and tied the knot on New Year’s Eve in 2012 when he was 86 and she was 26 years old. Hugh died at the age of 91 in September 2017 after suffering cardiac arrest and respiratory failure.
Wilkinson went on to call Crystal a “very nice person” and shared that they have bonded over their shared interest in real estate.
“I only met her a few times in the past, but we connected [and] I was really excited when we started talking real estate. It was such a cool connection,” she added. “I’m open to the universe. I’m open to good things … It means that I don’t really like to live in the past. It means that I like to move forward with people that wanna move forward.”
Since her time in the Playboy Mansion, Wilkinson — who shares son Hank, 13, and daughter Alijah, 9, with Baskett, 40 — has been candid about the ups and downs of being part of Playboy. However, she told Us that she
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Kendra Wilkinson is working on her new lease on life. The former model and star opened up to ET about the challenges of being a single mother while pursuing her career in real estate. Wilkinson's reality TV show, , returns for season 2 this month, with the first two new episodes premiering on Max on May 26. Speaking with ET's Deidre Behar, Wilkinson gave some insight into raising her two children — son Hank and daughter Alijah — whom she shares with her ex-husband, Hank Baskett. «I mean, look, it's really hard being a single mom, you know, alone,» Wilkinson began.
Kendra Wilkinson is not interested in reminiscing about the past. What's done is done, and whatever's transpired in the years since she left the E! reality show nearly 13 years ago will remain in the rear view mirror, and that includes her co-stars, Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt.Wilkinson, 37, tells ET's Deidre Behar there are things happening in her life right now that are more top of mind, like her two children — 12-year-old son, Hank, and 8-year-old daughter, Alijah, whom she shares with ex-husband Hank Baskett -- and how she provides for them, like being the star of, which premieres the first two episodes of season 2 on Max this Friday.It's easy to see, then, why Wilkinson would rather talk about being a working mom and not Madison and Marquardt extending her an invite to their podcast to heal their past.«I've already done the healing,» says Wilkinson, who along with Madison and Marquardt were Hugh Hefner's girlfriends and starred on for six seasons from 2005 to 2010, before going their separate ways. «I don't need to go on a podcast and do more healing.
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