Kendra Wilkinson: I Am NEVER Getting Back With Hank Baskett!

Nothing ties to people together quite like having kids.

Marriages can end, houses can be sold, but parenthood is for life.

So while it can be a wonderful thing a divorced celebrity couple gets back together, it’s even better when they reach a point where they can civilly co-parent with one another.

And thankfully, after many years of ups and downs and tabloid-fodder drama, it seems Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett have reached that point.

Which is probably why Kendra would never risk it by doing something stupid and getting back together with Hank.

Last we checked in on her Kendra was saying that she forgives Hank, but has zero interest in rekindling their relationship.

Fortunately, it looks as though she’s held firm on that stance.

“Kendra is over that chapter of her life,” a source close to the situation tells In Touch.

The insider adds that Kendra is not dating anyone these days and is “going through a phase where she doesn’t care about a relationship and her head is just not in that space right now.”

“She has her kids every other week and is super engaged with them,” the insider explained.

“On her weeks off, she goes hiking and on walks and is focused on her real estate career.” 

Kendra and Hank have two kids together — 10-year-old Hank IV, and 6-year-old Alijah.

They were married for nine years before finalizing their divorce in 2018 following Baskett’s cheating scandal.

“I will forever love Hank and be open, but for now, we have chosen to go our own ways,” Kendra wrote on Instagram at the time.

“I’m beyond sad and heartbroken because I did believe in forever; that’s why I said yes but unfortunately, too much fear has gotten in the way,” she continued.

“We are both amazing parents, and our kids will be happy n never know the difference other than seeing mama smile.” 

These days, Kendra is making her living in the bustling SoCal real estate market.

Over the summer she wrote on social media that he has “always had a huge interest” in real estate and she passed her realtors’ exam on the first try.

She also noted that “as a single mother,” she needs to “work like everyone on earth, and my intentions are pure.” 

“I am in the process of learning and building, and with the coronavirus, it’s been challenging at times,” she added.

“I have nobody helping me but me. So it’s time to pop the collar n make things happen.”

Well, it’s harder than ever for a single mom to support a family these days.

Fortunately, Kendra isn’t allowing economic anxiety to force her back into a situation that she knows is unhealthy.

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