Kendra Wilkinson Gives Birth to Baby Girl, Hank Baskett Is "So Happy"

Celebrity Moms May. 16, 2014 AT 1:20PM
Hank Baskett and Kendra Wilkinson on Feb. 28, 2014 Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Baskett welcomed a baby girl on Friday, May 16, her rep confirms to Us Weekly -- get the details Credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

She's here! Kendra Wilkinson has given birth to a baby girl, her rep confirms exclusively to Us Weekly. The Kendra on Top star and husband Hank Baskett welcomed their new addition via C-section at Cedars-Sinai in L.A. on Friday, May 16.

"I feel great and I am so happy," Baskett tells Us. The baby is "healthy with all 10 fingers and all 10 toes," he adds. As for the now mom of two? "She is great and did an amazing job," he tells Us of Wilkinson.

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Us exclusively broke news back in October 2013 that Wilkinson, 28, was expecting a second child with the 31-year-old athlete. (The couple are already parents to 4-year-old son Hank IV.)

"Round two. Here we go!" Wilkinson tweeted on Oct. 31. Alongside the caption, she shared a selfie while holding up her pregnancy test marked "pregnant." Two months later, Us revealed the pair were expecting a girl.

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Back in November 2013, Wilkinson dished to Us about her food cravings. "The stereotypical pickle flavors and deviled eggs and potato salad," she said at the Hollywood premiere of Frozen on Nov. 19. "I've been more on the vegetarian side during pregnancy so far. So meat and chicken is not something I want. It's all fresh salads and anything lemon."

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Wilkinson also hinted that she was trying her best to not gain as much weight as she did with her first pregnancy. "I got it by the balls! I have full control now," she quipped to Us. "First time around I'm like, 'I'm a skinny person, I'm going to get back right away.' Oh no. I learned a lot from my first one. I'm working out everyday; doing anything I can to control this this time around."

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