Kendra Wilkinson went to the emergency room at a local hospital after having a panic attack, Us weekly can confirm.
A representative from Wilkinson, 38, tells Us that the former Playboy model was not hospitalized following her health issue on Wednesday September 6th. “She’s going home shortly,” the spokesman added in the statement.
Wilkinson’s rep said so TMZ earlier on Wednesday that the Girls Next Door alum felt overwhelmed balancing her real estate career with life as a single mom to son Hank IV, 13, and daughter Alijah, 9. According to the outlet, Wilkinson’s ex-husband, Hank BassetHe’s with her in the emergency room
Wilkinson and the former NFL star, 41, were married between 2009 and 2018. Since their divorce in October 2018, they have made it a point to amicably raise their two children together.
“I will always love my ex-husband, you know, he’s the greatest father to my children and that’s all I really ask,” Wilkinson said exclusively Us in May. “That in itself is so good. It’s good enough and if something happens later, then it happens. I will always love him and I loved him once. Love doesn’t just go away.”
She added at the time: “We only have a short time on earth and if you love someone, I will always love them, you know? And my kids are just so happy and so cared for.”
In addition to co-parenting Hank IV and Alijah, former model Wilkinson found a second career as a real estate agent. She documented her real estate business in her second season Kendra sells Hollywood Reality TV show where she tries to sell luxury real estate in California. (Both seasons of Kendra sells Hollywood are currently streaming on Max.)
“It just makes me feel good when I do deals,” she explained Us. “And my kids are proud of me when I do that. They won’t be proud of me if I bring a strange guy [I’m seeing]. They’re just proud of me for doing business and I want to keep doing it. I’m really thankful for this opportunity that I’m getting in my life, so I don’t really know if I’m dating anyone… It’s like I don’t want to take this great experience for nothing, on a date or something.”
Wilkinson – who didn’t elaborate on her anxiety attack – has previously been open about her mental health struggles. She recalled in June that her divorce from Baskett came with the cancellation of her Kendra at the top The series “triggered my depression.”
“I got divorced and lost everything I knew, which was my TV show. I had a TV show every year up until my divorce,” Wilkinson said Melissa Gorga on her On Display Podcast early this summer. “Then my divorce happened and suddenly, now without a marriage, without a show, I had to move into a small house — I didn’t understand what was going on and all of a sudden I had to do an intense healing.”