Reportedly, Kendra Wilkinson suffered a panic attack and was hospitalized because she felt overwhelmed with balancing work and family life.
The 38-year-old former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner, who shares two children with her ex-husband Hank Baskett, is said to be still in the hospital TMZ.
Although she rose to fame as a reality star in The Girl Next Door, which documented her life in the Playboy Mansion, she currently works in real estate.
It is alleged that Kendra had a sleepless night on Tuesday, suffered a panic attack and voluntarily went to the hospital on Wednesday.
A source has claimed that Kendra walked into a Los Angeles-era ER in a state of emergency and began begging to see a doctor.
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Overcome: Kendra Wilkinson had a panic attack and was hospitalized because she felt overwhelmed with balancing work and family, sources say. pictured 2021
New Leaf: Although she rose to fame as a reality star in ‘The Girl Next Door,’ which documented her life at the Playboy Mansion, she currently works in real estate
Flashback: Kendra has two children, Hank Jr., 13, and Alijah, nine, with her ex-husband Hank Baskett, who is said to be by her side at the hospital; The family is pictured in 2018
Kendra now shares two children, Hank Jr., 13, and Alijah, nine, with her ex-husband Hank Baskett, who was reportedly at the hospital with her this Wednesday.
In the past, she’s been open about her mental health struggles, including “major depression” as a teenager that drove her to “a few” suicide attempts.
Kendra first started her career at the Playboy Mansion, where she starred in the reality show The Girls Next Door about Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends.
She, Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt all went bold when they dated the Playboy founder and appeared on the E! show. Program.
Hank, then an NFL player, married Kendra at the Playboy Mansion in 2009, about two weeks after she announced she was pregnant with their son.
The marriage was rocked by drama early on, including the 2010 leak of Kendra’s sextape, which she recorded when she was 18 before her relationship with Hank.
“It’s tough for him because of course it’s about another man and it’s tough for him because of our son and everything,” she confessed on reality TV.
The couple almost split in 2014 when it was revealed Hank had cheated with a transgender model during Kendra’s second pregnancy.
Although they got their compulsions back on track after the cheating scandal, their relationship finally broke up in 2018, resulting in a divorce that was finalized in 2019.
Family time: Kendra is recently pictured with her kids on Instagram to wish her fans “Happy Holidays” a few days before Christmas
Flashback: Kendra rose to fame on the reality show The Girls Next Door about Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends; She is pictured with “Hef” in Las Vegas in 2009
The way they were: (from let) Holly Madison, Bridget Marquardt and Kendra all became stars when they dated the Playboy founder and appeared in E! magazine. Program.
She showered Hank in her divorce announcement on Instagram on the “last day of my marriage to this beautiful man.”
Podcast this summer Starring with Melissa GorgaKendra revealed she went through a dark emotional period when her marriage fell apart.
Her divorce coincided with the end of her reality show Kendra On Top, at a time when she had no other series planned.
The almost simultaneous end of her marriage and her job “triggered my depression” and made her feel “so lost,” explained Kendra Melissa.
“I got divorced and I lost everything I knew, which was my TV show.” “Up until my divorce, I had a TV show every year,” she shared via People.
Ups and downs: This summer, on the On Display With Melissa Gorga podcast, Kendra revealed that she plunged into a dark emotional period when her marriage fell apart; pictured 2021
“Then my divorce happened and suddenly, now without a marriage, without a show, I had to move into a small house — I didn’t understand what was going on and all of a sudden I had to do an intense healing.”
She “didn’t have everything I knew in a long time” and “didn’t know who I was,” to the point, “I didn’t even know how to be happy.”
Her kids, she said, “gave me purpose” and motivated her to “stay alive, keep going, drive them to hockey and basketball and smile and watch them do everything.” It’s them who made my heart beat faster.’
In a 2015 episode of Kendra On Top, she told her therapist, “As a teenager, I struggled with major depression.”
She confessed that she’d “attempted suicide a few times,” “went to a mental institution,” and struggled with “drugs, overdoses, slashed wrists and all that stuff.”