Kendra Wilkinson is looking forward to completing her 'dream family' after discovering she is pregnant with a baby girl.
Kendra Wilkinson is looking forward to completing her ''dream family.''
The pregnant 28-year-old star, who already has a four-year-old son, Hank Baskett IV, with her husband Hank Baskett, felt like her life ''became full circle'' when doctors recently confirmed she is expecting a baby girl next year.
The 'Kendra On Top' star, who has no plans to have any more children, told People.com: ''My life became full circle when we found out we were having a girl. My dream family has become a reality.''
The former Playboy model, who is in the process of writing her first children's book in Los Angeles, previously insisted she didn't care about the sex of her unborn baby and just wanted a healthy child.
She said: ''There's nothing on our minds that makes us say, 'I really want a girl or I really want a boy.''
'The Girls Next Door' star wants to focus on her marriage and travel the world once her daughter arrives.
She recently said: ''I have goals, Hank has goals - not to have any more kids after this, but to grow together again as husband and wife. Love each other, travel all over the world together and just live our lives.''
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