Kendra Wilkinson net-worth can be believed to be around 6 million dollars and a few sources have declared that she gets paid 2 million dollars each year. She’s a star on the reality show. Along with that, Kendra Wilkinson has become a model for her profession. Furthermore, the star is also renowned for her character in the TV series “The Girls Next Door”. Therefore, it’s no secret to anyone that Play Boy women generally get enormous amounts of money, which might really be a reason Kendra Wilkinson net-worth is really large.
Kendra Wilkinson Net Worth – 6 Million dollars!
Moreover, having become the girlfriend of Hugh Hefner also plays in the complete net-worth. Kendra Wilkinson got a place as a dental assistant, which demonstrates that she has not just the looks, but the brains, also, after she completed high-school. Later, Hugh Hefner saw her photograph and determined to encourage her to his mansion, obviously, after providing a not little amount to her of money and later his heart, also. A common friend of Hugh Hefner and Kendra Wilkinson contacted the design and requested her to come to the 78th birthday celebration of Hugh Hefner, since the Play Boy proprietor himself invited her to return there.
Some sources even say he offered a particular sum to her for her to definitely come to it, which likewise added to the entire sum of Kendra Wilkinson net-worth. Also, Kendra Wilkinson appeared in the cover as well as the centerfold of the Play Boy magazine and done within the television series “The Girls Next Door” jointly with several other models for example Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt. Additionally, she pursued her profession as an actress and came out within the film called “The Scary Movie 4”. Her own reality show “Kendra” began airing in June, 2009. Kendra Wilkinson was born in 1985 and being in the appropriate place at the time demonstrates bring in enormous sums of cash and how young people may come to marketing.
Always knew she wanted a unisex name for her future daughter. She eventually decided to name her daughter Alijah after she met a taxi driver whose daughter was named this way. Her daughter's middle name is Mary, after her grandmother Mary Stotz.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 28, a daughter Alijah Mary Baskett on May 16, 2014. Child's father is her husband, Hank Baskett.
(April 21, 2013) Was involved in a car crash in San Fernando Valley and suffered a minor stroke during the accident.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 24, a son Henry Randall Baskett IV on December 11, 2009. Child's father is her husband, Hank Baskett.
(June 27, 2009) Married her boyfriend of a year Hank Baskett following a 7-month-long engagement.
She has Polish, English, Irish, and German ancestry.
Daughter-in-law of Hank Baskett Sr. and Judy Baskett.
Moved out of the Playboy Mansion in 2009 to pursue a relationship with NFL Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Hank Baskett.
Daughter of Patty Wilkinson and Eric Wilkinson. Sister of Colin Wilkinson. Granddaughter of Mary Stotz.
Used her earnings from The Girls Next Door (2005) to buy herself an apartment in San Diego, California.
Kendra's mother, Patty Wilkinson, filed for divorce from her father, Eric Wilkinson, when Kendra was eight years old.
Once worked as a dental assistant and at Papa John's pizza.
Had breast implant surgery at the age of eighteen with money she'd saved from working two jobs.
Her best friend's name is Brittany.
While Hugh M. Hefner usually approached potential girlfriends via intermediaries, he actually called Kendra himself and asked if she'd like to live at the Playboy Mansion.
Is a huge fan of rap/hip-hop music.
I was still on drugs. I met a guy and I ended up running away with him. All throughout sophomore year (in high school) I lived with this guy and I did drugs for that long. Every day, every minute.
[on stealing for drugs when she was younger] In the beginning of my drug phase I would go to the apartment near my school looking cute and smile big until one of the guys gave me coke or weed for free. But as I got more and more into the drugs, the smile just wasn't cutting it. I needed to come up with money to support my habit. I began to occasionally ask my mother for lunch money or for some cash to see a movie, and then I'd use it to buy drugs. Other times I would sneak into my grandmother's house and steal from her purse. I didn't think she would catch on, and she never said anything, so I figured I was in the clear.
[on her mother sending her to a psychiatric facility for two weeks in an unsuccessful bid to get her off drugs at the age of 15] It was crazy in that place. We didn't see daylight. We weren't allowed outside. It was basically a jail, but it was a hospital. But it did not change me at all. I think it made me worse because in my heart I didn't want to change. People were forcing me, and that's something that does not work with me.
[on beginning to use cocaine at the age of 13] All of a sudden my friends broke out this white stuff. I started feeling pretty good. That was the start of my drug days.