/ By Rachel McRady
Though Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett don’t mind airing their dirty laundry on reality TV, the couple doesn’t necessarily want to see their toughest moments play out on their WE tv show, Kendra on Top.
“We don’t watch it,” Wilkinson, 30, admitted to Us Weekly at the Ubisoft Rainbow Six Siege “Siege Day” launch party on Monday, Nov. 23. “I’ll answer questions along the way with fans and everything, but I lived it. And we really don’t want to live it again. We’re past it now. It’s on to new and better things. We’ve grown.”
The Bad Girls Club alum says her six-year marriage (which faltered after Baskett’s cheating scandal) “couldn’t be better,” but noted that as the parents of Hank IV, 5, and Alijah, 17 months, they do struggle to find alone time.
“We’re focusing hard on our kids, and it’s the best thing,” she said. “But the one thing we haven’t done in a while is, like, really take time for ourselves. So this [event] is actually a date night that we really did need. This was a huge date night for us.”
Baskett, 33, says he has taken it upon himself to “swoop her off her feet,” noting, “We’re devoted, but you can’t get over that part. You can’t get over each other. The kids wouldn’t be here if you two didn’t fall in love with each other.”
Despite the couple’s outward display of devotion, a source recently told Us that they are still struggling to get over Baskett’s alleged affair with a transgender model in June 2014.
“She’s deeply unhappy,” an insider says of Wilkinson, but said she “wants to stay together for the kids.”