Kendra Wilkinson has been feeling ''grossness and pain'' during her second pregnancy, but admits she feels more settled this time around.
Kendra Wilkinson has been feeling ''grossness and pain'' during her second pregnancy.
The 28-year-old beauty - who already has a three-year-old son, Hank Baskett IV, with her husband Hank Baskett - is suffering an uncomfortable second pregnancy, and admitted she is expecting to have a big baby as people keep thinking she has been pregnant for longer than she actually has.
Speaking on 'E! News', she said: ''I'm actually showing a lot. If I'm wearing tighter clothes, people are like, 'Are you like four months?' I'm like, 'No, I'm still at the end of my first trimester.' I'm still feeling it, feeling the grossness and the pain.''
Despite the physical pain, the reality TV star admits she feels much more settled this time around.
She added: ''It's easier on the mind, I think, right now. There was so much going on at the time being pregnant with No. 1. This time we have a home, we're settled, we're married, we get to plan.''
While Kendra is yet to find out the sex of her baby, her three-year-old son Hank is desperate for the little one to be a boy.
She explained: ''Little Hank is so involved. He wants a baby brother, but we keep telling him it might be a sister and he's like, 'No! I don't want a sister!' ''
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