Kendra Wilkinson won't be dressing her daughter in pink when she's born because she doesn't want to enforce gender stereotypes.
Kendra Wilkinson wants ''absolutely no pink'' for her daughter.
The model-and-reality TV star is pregnant with her second child - which will be a sister to four-year-old Hank Jr. - but she doesn't want to force the traditional female stereotypes onto her.
In an interview with US OK! magazine, she said: ''Absolutely no pink! I don't want to shove pink in my little girl's face. I don't want to do that to her.
''We are people who are going to allow her to be who she wants to be. Unisex is the way to go this time around. We're going to do something where she is not being pushed to just be one way.''
The 28-year-old star - who is married to NFL player Hank Baskett - is also banning dolls when the tot arrives because she doesn't believe they are the right toys for children.
She added: ''No dolls! Never. I never played with dolls. I don't understand why baby girls play with baby dolls. Why? Are we setting them up to have a baby?
''[Hank] agrees with me on the no-pink thing, but he did say she is going to be his little princess.''
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