Kendra Wilkinson: My Post-Baby Body Was "Such a Culture Shock"
Even former Playboy bunnies get the blues.
Kendra Baskett admits in the new issue of Us Weekly that she struggled to accept her new body weeks after the Dec. 11 birth of Hank IV, her son with husband Hank Baskett.
"I had my friends over, and it was bad timing," Kendra, 24, tells Us. "They were really hot and had really nice bodies," she says of her visitors, which included former Girls Next Door costar Holly Madison and Playboy model Tiffany Fallon.
"I was just hoping Hank didn't look at them! Having a different body was such a culture shock. I'm so used to being hot and fit." Although "it wasn't that extreme," the reality star says, "I did go through some depression."
The one-time centerfold adds that her body confidence remains shaky. "I love my legs, and I love my butt, but everything else I hate."
Everything including her breasts, she says, which "went from a 34C to an E."
"Now that they're going down, they're a little bigger than I want," she says. "I want to even out my body a little."
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To read more from our exclusive Kendra interview -- her plastic surgery plans, how she rebooted her sex life and her diet/fitness habits, plus a sit-down with Kendra's husband Hank -- pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands today!