In case you've heard otherwise, the Wilkinson-Basketts are remaining a family of three for now.
"I'm definitely not pregnant," Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett exclusively tells E! News. "Right now, I'm focusing on spending time with my husband and my son and just enjoying our time as a new family."
And if anyone knows how to count her blessings, it's our Kendra, who hasn't always had the close-knit, healthy family life she's now happily living with her hubby Hank Baskett and son Hank IV.
Kendra recently opened up for her own E! True Hollywood Story, airing Wednesday at 10 p.m., and the reveal was bigger than anyone expected.
The former Girl Next Door recounts the veritable lifetime-worth of drama she's had in her 24 years, from her parents' divorce when she was 5 and the havoc it wreaked on her self-esteem to almost dying of a cocaine overdose when she was a teenager to spending two weeks in a psychatric facility.
Kendra recalls defying her mom at every turn when she was a kid, such as when she was expelled from junior high for bringing alcohol to school.
Ultimately, she credits almost dying from a cocaine overdose as the moment that forced her to get it together.
"I was bleeding from every hole in my body and I really thought I was going to die that night," she says. "But you know what, I survived, and I swear it was a couple of days after that that I had an epiphany. I just stopped drugs, stopped smoking cigarettes, stopped everything, and went home."
The reformed teen started participating in sports, got a part-time job, got breast implants and, after posing for some sexy photos at a car show, got noticed by the man she credits with really saving her life, Hugh Hefner.
Be sure to tune in Wednesday, March 17, at 10 p.m. for the world premiere of Kendra: The E! True Hollywood Story, only on E!, and tell us what you think here or on our Twitter page, @eonline.