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Kendra Wilkinson 'done with marriage'

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Kendra Wilkinson is "done" with her marriage.

The 29-year-old reality TV star was left devastated after claims her husband Hank Baskett cheated on her with a transgender model while she was pregnant with their second child and friends close to her say she has no interest in reconciliation.

A source told PEOPLE: "Hank and Kendra are on speaking terms, but she's still so mortified by the situation. [The cheating] happened before, but she's done [with the marriage]. It's more about the kids and the finances now. She's an optimistic person and wants people to know she's doing better."

Although the fallout from the affair claims is set to air on her reality TV show 'Kendra On Top', Kendra is said to be unhappy about it.

The insider said: "They're contractually obligated and are in the middle of filming. But she doesn't want people talking about it for the rest of her life. She just wants to move forward."

The couple married in 2009 and have son Hank IV, four, and daughter, Alijah, three months together.

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