Pregnant Kendra Wilkinson needs a new wardrobe of maternity clothes as she revealed she no longer fits into her skinny jeans.
Kendra Wilkinson is ready for a new wardrobe of maternity clothes.
The pregnant 28-year-old star, who already has a four-year-old son, Hank Baskett IV, with her husband Hank Baskett, has admitted she no longer fits into her skinny jeans.
The 'Kendra On Top' star took to Twitter to complain about the issue, writing: ''Me tryin to shove my pregnant a** in some skinny pants right now #fail #gamesover Lol (sic)''
She added: ''Going on a double date to the Clippers game with my pants unbuttoned. Have NO pants that fit. Guess I'll have shop tomorrow.''
When a fan suggested she use a hair tie as a temporary solution, the blonde beauty tweeted: ''Hahaha just did that.''
The former Playboy model recently revealed that her ''dream family'' would be complete once she gives birth to her second child next year.
Kendra has been trying to work out every day and eat healthy food to stay in control of her weight after struggling to lose the amount she gained during her first pregnancy.
She recently said: ''I got it by the balls! I have full control now. First time around I'm like, 'I'm a skinny person, I'm going to get back right away.' Oh no. I learned a lot from my first one. I'm working out every day; doing anything I can to control this time around.''
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