Congratulations are in order for Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett!
The 28-year-old star has given birth to a baby girl, E! News confirms. "She is happy and healthy," Kendra's rep tells E! of the blond beauty's second child with hubby Hank Baskett. No further details, including the baby's name, have been released.
The married couple is already parents to 4-year-old Hank Baskett Jr.
Kendra tweeted about the birth this morning, writing, "This is it guys. It's time. Love you all n tweet to ya again when I can. Xoxoxo."
Hopefully we'll hear from her soon!
The former E! star celebrated her baby shower last month with a bunch of her gal-pals at her best friend Jessica Hall's home in Santa Clarita, Calif. Following the bash, Kendra told E! News, "the 'Sprinkle' was a really good time to get my friends together and just have some fun. It was more like a bachelorette party than it was a baby shower! My friends had some fun drinks, we all had some delicious healthy food from Paleta and massages from these big guys from Manly Handz!"
She added: "Other than the nursery not being ready, we are prepared for this new little girl in our lives. Little Hank is so excited to be a big brother!"
In April, the former Playboy model also flaunted her baby bump in a yellow bikini during a family vacation in Santa Barbara, where she enjoyed a little R&R with her two leading men.
The former Girls Next Door beauty looked happy and comfortable on the trip, even though she exclusively admitted to E! News that her second pregnancy has been a lot tougher than her first.
"It's easier on the mind, harder on the body," the blonde revealed. "It's been brutal. I think because little Hank stretched me out. I know that sounds pretty gross, but he stretched me out all the way! I think she got a chance to sit lower faster, so she's been on my pelvic bone all pregnancy."
Despite the ups and downs of her pregnancy, she also shared that little Hank is thrilled to become a big brother. "Little Hank is super excited!" she gushed. "We're trying to get him to feel like he has a role. I'm the mom, Hank's the dad and he's the protector. I want him to feel empowered through this and feel loved still."
We have no doubt he will. Congrats to the happy family!