Kendra Wilkinson would support her daughter posing for Playboy.
The former 'Girls Next Door' star has a son - three-year-old Hank IV -with husband Hank Baskett and she has insisted if she had a baby girl she would be fine if she followed her mother into glamour modelling.
Kendra previously posed nude for the men's magazine and she told HuffPost Live she wouldn't mind if her daughter did the same - as long as it was for the right reasons.
She said: ''If she was the person that I was, doing Playboy, I would 100 percent say okay.
''If she is in a bad place, in a bad mental place and having a bad head on her shoulders and doing it under bad conditions, that's different.''
Kendra, 28, also claimed she doesn't regret posing for the magazine and insisted she ''owned it''.
She added: ''I knew what I was doing, even though I had a little bit of fun, that was a choice that I made and I owned it, you know.''
She recently revealed her and Hank were hoping for a second child as they look to expand her family.
She previously admitted: ''I want baby number two. We really connected and had the most romantic time on a trip to celebrate my 28th birthday last month.
''That's when we actually started talking baby. We're starting to try shortly.''
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