Kendra Wilkinson says her quotes to Dish Nation about being "single" were taken "out of context," and she's still married to Hank Baskett Credit: Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images

Not so fast! Kendra Wilkinson made headlines on Monday, Nov. 10, when she was quoted by Dish Nation as saying that she's "single" — i.e., done with her marriage to husband Hank Baskett — but her rep tells Us Weekly exclusively that the quotes were taken "out of context," and she's still very much married to the former NFL pro.

"She said she was single 'for the time being here' in Australia — physically apart from her husband and kids," the Kendra on Top star's rep says in a statement to Us. "Kendra and Hank continue to work on their marriage. Nothing has changed."

Indeed, Wilkinson, 29, told Access Hollywood just a few days ago that she was committed to working things out with Baskett. "He loves me and we're gonna be together for the rest of our lives," she said on Nov. 7. "We'll prove it, we'll prove it until we're 100 years old. We're gonna be together forever."

Dish Nation's report said the opposite. The entertainment program claimed that the former Playboy model had told them she was "single for the time being" and even hinted that she may be looking to date. "I don't know what I'd do if there is a Tarzan in [the jungle] who wants to sweep me off my feet," the report quoted her as saying. "I'm quite picky about men."

Wilkinson's marriage to Baskett -- dad to their two kids, Hank Jr., 4, and Alijah, 5 months — has been through the wringer over the past year, ever since news broke of his infidelity with a transgender model. In recent weeks, though, she's expressed hope for their future together.

"At the end of the day, I don't want to be a stupid girl," she told HuffPost Live in October. "I don't want to be stupid. But I know Hank loves me." She added, "We're at a place where we can talk right now, not about everything, but we're talking and we're parenting. That's our number one priority — making sure these two kids are raised with two parents. We want to give them a great life."