Kendra Wilkinson Moving Back To Los Angeles — Without Hank Baskett

Look Out, City of Angels: Former Playboy Playmate Kendra Wilkinson is headed back to the hub of Hollywood and Hedonism — and she’s doing it without her NFL star husband, Hank Baskett. Celebrity snoops tell Life & Style Magazine that Kendra and her young son Hank IV are moving back to Los Angeles –1,500 miles

Look Out, City of Angels: Former Playboy Playmate Kendra Wilkinson is headed back to the hub of Hollywood and Hedonism — and she’s doing it without her NFL star husband, Hank Baskett.

Celebrity snoops tell Life & Style Magazine that Kendra and her young son Hank IV are moving back to Los Angeles –1,500 miles away from her husband, who currently resides in Minnesota.

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Sources say that after moves to three cities in the last year, Kendra’s fed up with rearranging her life to accommodate her husband’s fleeting career.

The Philadelphia Eagles cut the wide receiver from the team’s roster last month. The team released Basket to make room for rookie running back Joique Bell. Baskett was first booted from The City of Brotherly Love to make room for quarterback Michael Vick in Sept. 2009. He landed on his feet that time and was picked up by the Indianapolis Colts, who went to the Super Bowl. In March, it was announced that Basket would returning to the Eagles — albeit briefly — after the pigskin ace fumbled a critical move in the Championship Game that some critics believe turned the tide of the Super Bowl in the favor of its ultimate victors: The New Orleans Saints.

Mr. and Mrs. Baskett currently have a home in Philly’s swanky Two Liberty Place, but will likely have to move to Minnesota so that Hank may get settled with his latest team — The Vikings.
Kendra’s friends argue that if the ex-Girl Next Door wants to keep her reality TV career going and ratings for her E! spinoff Kendra soaring, she simply must live in Los Angeles.

“She’s moving back to LA. It’ll happen in mid-October. She made the decision firmly and told Hank,” whispers a snitch. “In her mind, it’s not her fault Hank can’t keep a job,” a second source told Life & Style. “She has a job, too – plus friends in L.A. and family in San Diego. She’s not going to Minnesota and destroy her career.”

At 10 mos. old, Hank Jr. will soon learn to walk, start to talk, and Hank is livid that he’ll likely not be around to witness the milestones fathers cherish, thanks to Kendra’s determination not to uproot her life again for a quiet existence in the Midwest.

“Hank is pissed,” another informant-in-the-know chimes in. “The fighting between Kendra and him is bad. They’ve had teary fights and crying fits. They’ve been screaming at each other. He can’t understand why she won’t come to Minnesota. Every day is torture for him.”

Camera crews recently started filming the couple for the next season of Kendra, which debuts in November.