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Kendra Wilkinson is 'inconsolable' over husband's affair

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Kendra Wilkinson is "inconsolable" over rumors Hank Baskett cheated on her with a transsexual model.

The 'Kendra On Top' star, who has son, Hank Jr., four, and six-week-old daughter Alijah with her husband, has moved three of her friends into her mansion in Los Angeles to help her cope with her heartbreak.

A source said told In Touch Weekly magazine: "She's inconsolable. She's not eating, not showering, not sleeping and she's sobbing all the time.

"She has three girlfriends at the house taking care of her and helping with the kids."

The insider added: "She will never get over this. They are 100 per cent done."

Another friend said: "At this point, she feels like she doesn't even know who she was married to all this time.

"She's just so embarrassed."

Meanwhile, former NFL star Hank is said to be deeply ashamed by his actions and has retreated to Colorado to be with his ailing father.

A source said: "He was already battling so many demons before the news came out. This is a life-ruiner for him."

The couple's marital woes came last week after Ava Sabrina London claimed that Hank had promised to "take care" of her and visited her just two weeks after Alijah was born to give her cash in exchange for keeping their encounter secret.

Ava - who passed a voluntary lie detector test before coming forward to tell her story of a sexual experience with Hank - also confirmed he agreed to pay her $2,000 to deny she ever met with him and he further offered her $5,000 to not talk publicly about their encounter.

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