Kendra Wilkinson quits job to put mental health first

Kendra Wilkinson has quit her job credit:Bang Showbiz
Kendra Wilkinson has quit her job credit:Bang Showbiz

Kendra Wilkinson has quit her job for the sake of her mental health.

The former Playboy model has been working as a real estate agent - which was chronicled on her reality show 'Kendra Sells Hollywood' - but she admitted things have been "hard" so she's taking a step back to focus on herself and her children Hank, 14, and Alijah, nine, who she has with her ex-husband Hank Baskett, though she hasn't ruled out a return to the industry in the future.

Kendra announced on Instagram: "My relationship with real estate has come to an end at this moment and I'm on to new projects.

"I'm blessed and thankful for all the support and mentoring I was given. Real estate is hard and I might get back into it again down the line.

"For now, its a little stressful in my life so I'm focusing on myself and kids and getting my mental health good again so I have the strength to get back in it with a good head.

"Love you and thank you guys."

The 38-year-old beauty admitted earlier this year she feels "so lucky" to have her children as they make life "easy" amid her struggles with depression and anxiety.

She told Us Weekly magazine: "They’re everything easy about my life. They’re everything right about my life. They ground me and they make me a better person.

"They’re such good kids. I’m so lucky to have them. They don’t make anything challenging. It’s just very easy."

Kendra - who was married to Hank between 2009 and 2018 - admitted that she's not "focused on finding a guy" right now.

She said: "My day is taken up with kids, real estate and just my mental health."

Kendra revealed in June 2020 she had passed her real estate exam ahead of her new career.

She said: "What I've been working on during quarantine finally paid off by passing my California real estate exam on the first try.

"Was so nervous I couldn't even sleep one minute but I did it and now I can breathe and celebrate my hard work."