Her bump looked groovy. Kendra Wilkinson Baskett is expecting her second baby this year, and her bump continues to grow and grow. The former Playboy Playmate and reality star looked gorgeous in Beverly Hills on Thursday, March 13 at Alessandra Ambrosio’s “Ale by Alessandra” clothing line event at Planet Blue. Going with minimal makeup, Kendra dressed her baby boom in a very chic flowing blue tie dye dress. She wore simple brown shoes and looked comfy as she cradled her bump on the red carpet for photos. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
“On my way to @ShopPlanetBlue for the launch of @alebyAlessandra collection,”
the star tweeted at the time.
“Thank you @salonnuuvo for my hair and makeup for tonight. Soooo cute!”
Kendra and hubby Hank Baskett announced back in December that they were expecting their second child, making adorable 4 year old son Hank IV a big brother.
“I got it by the balls. I have full control now,”
Wilkinson told Us Weekly last year.
“I learned a lot from my first one,”
she said of exercising while pregnant.
“I’m working out everyday; doing anything I can to control this this time around.”
We’ve got no worries, Kendra is in fabulous shape, and we are sure she will bounce back just fine. Kendra says that she is fighting off all of her sweet cravings, and sticking with healthy foods this time around, in order to make the baby weight easier to come off. She will do just fine, we know it.
The reality star is thrilled beyond belief to be welcoming a little girl this time around. When asked how she felt about having a daughter, Kendra had this to say:
“I am beyond excited. We had another child so we could have a girl and balance out this house. I’m ready for the challenge and am excited to show her what life is all about. I’ve always wanted a boy and a girl. I think it’s a perfect balance. Now, it’s going to be 3 girls and 3 boys, including our dogs”
– the playing field is now even.
“I’m looking forward to living life through her eyes and also giving her a childhood where she can explore and find who she is without any pressure from society. I definitely want her to be a mini-me, but also herself as well. Most of all, I can’t wait to see my little girl competing with the boys in sports — she’ll definitely be the winner in sports.”