Kendra Wilkinson Shares Rare Photo with Her Kids Hank, 14, and Alijah, 10, as She Celebrates Her Birthday

The star shares her two kids with ex Hank Baskett

<p>Kendra Wilkinson/Instagram</p> Kendra Wilkinson kids Hank and Alijah

Kendra Wilkinson/Instagram

Kendra Wilkinson kids Hank and Alijah

Kendra Wilkinson is celebrating her birthday with both her kids by her side.

On Tuesday, June 11, the Kendra Sells Hollywood star, 38, shared photos with her son Hank, 14, and daughter Alijah, 10, on her Instagram as she rang in her 39th year. Sitting on a bench outside Nobu with both kids, Wilkinson wore an all-white outfit as she posed with her family.

Hank wore a white T-shirt and faded blue jeans, smiling as he sat on the other side of sister Alijah. "Here comes 39… 🎂," Wilkinson wrote in her caption.

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Wilkinson shares her two kids with ex Hank Baskett.

In April, the star shared a rare photo of her son Hank on her Instagram as he celebrated his admission into a private high school.

Posing in front of a door and wearing a shirt from the school, the teenager held up an admission certificate as his proud mom snapped his photo.

"Congratulations @hank_baskett12 I love you so much and watched you work hard to get to where you are. I’m so proud of you my boy. Keep going!!!" Wilkinson wrote in her caption.

Last June, the TV personality appeared on Melissa Gorga's On Display podcast, where she talked about starting over after her divorce and opening herself to the possibility her reality TV career might end.

“It was impossible to be happy at that point," Wilkinson told Gorga of that time in her life. "I didn't even know how to be happy. My kids were what gave me the purpose."

Wilkinson credited her two children with giving her the push to "stay alive, to keep going, to drive them to hockey and basketball and smile and watch them do everything. They're the ones who kept my heart beating.”

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