Kendra Wilkinson And Hank Baskett Trying For Baby No. 2

It ends up being a complete disaster. Youll get a chance to see how we get through it, together. Its something a lot of people in Hollywood have to go through, a lot of people in the world have to go through. Despite their professional differences, Wilkinson-Baskett remains supportive of her hubbys career. The gym is really the most amazing place ever, she says. Theyre specialized in personal training and making sure you get to your goal safely and fast. Although she is regarded as a fitness guru, she says her involvement in the gym does not extend beyond support. But his pride for Hank is trumped by pride for little Hank. Were very lucky to have a son like him, she says. Its natural to compare yourself with other parents, and I find myself patting myself on the back. We are creating an amazing human being! Wilkinson-Baskett admits to a precarious relationship between parenting life and her televised life. Were respectable people, she says. We have a lot of parenting friends from preschool, and we have to warn them to be aware of what they see. This is a crazy season, a little dramatic. You know how they say behind closed doors, people are a certain way?

2. A recent vacation to Southern Californias Big Bear Lake helped the couple further solidify their relationship, Wilkinson, 28, told PEOPLE on Saturday, as she hung out at a poolside cabana at Drais Hollywood s W Hotel to promote VEET hair removal products. Our week vacation in Big Bear, we found this new energy with each other, a new love, a new fascination about each other, she said. And right now, we found the key to happiness. We have the key to marriage, we have the key to parenting, why not right now bring a new life into this world while were this happy? It just makes sense. Wilkinson, who left the show Splash in April and whose new season of Kendra On Top premieres on WeTV later this summer, says she shell explain the key to her solid marriage on new episodes of her reality show. To prep for another run at motherhood, Wilkinson got her partying out of her system, taking trips to Miami and Las Vegas before deciding the time was right to give Hank IV, now 3, a new sibling. Her husband, she said, is planning a surprise for their 4-year anniversary celebration, but she doesnt know where. Hawaii, she adds, is likely in their plans, but this time with their son along for the trip. Im ready, Wilkinson says about having a second child. I couldnt be more ready, and Hank couldnt be more ready.