Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett, Hank Baskett

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Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett and Hank Baskett appear to have weathered the storm.

The couple, parents of son Hank Baskett IV, 5, and daughter Alijah Mary Baskett, 1, had dealt with marital problems, as seen on the recent fourth season of the reality show Kendra on Top. Their issues followed a 2014 alleged-cheating scandal, after which Hank acknowledged only that he "messed up."

But real life seems to be going better than their reality-TV life.

"They're doing good," a source told E! News exclusively about the couple on Friday. "Now that the show is over, they're trying to stay out of the media for a little while."

Kendra shared on her Instagram page two weeks ago a screenshot from Kendra on Top, showing her and Hank embracing.

"What was your favorite part of the#KendraOnTop​ finale??" she wrote. "This was mine LOL."

The source told E! News that Kendra and Hank are currently "focusing on kids and doing things like parent-teacher conferences together," adding, "Little Hank is super active and both kids keep them very busy."

Kendra posted on Instagram this week a selfie showing her without makeup, standing next to Hank. Both are smiling.

"This is a pic that @hank_baskett and I took after our parent teacher meeting yesterday," she wrote. "Lil Hank got pretty much a perfect report card. Only struggle is in music and drama...Lol. You'd think he'd have an A+ in drama being our kid. Bahahhahah. Anyways, we are super proud of our boy."

The couple also appeared happy and united in other Instagram photos posted over the past month, such as family pics at a pumpkin patch and at Kendra's former home, the Playboy Mansion, where the pair and their kids hung out with the reality star's ex Hugh Hefner and his wife, Crystal Hefner.

Kendra and her family showcase smiles again in a 2015 Christmas card she posted on her Instagram page.

For the holiday, Kendra, her former NFL player husband and their kids are likely to travel to New Mexico to visit Hank's family and watch the Gildan New Mexico Bowl at his alma mater, the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, the source told E! News.

 

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