Kendra Wilkinson turns to 'Jersey Shore' stars Snooki and Deena after her breakup

Raechal Shewfelt
Editor, Yahoo Entertainment
Kendra Wilkinson stepped out for the L.A. premiere of the Netflix show Lost in Space on Monday. (Photo: Michael Tran/FilmMagic)

Four days after confirming that her marriage to Hank Baskett is over, former Girls Next Door star Kendra Wilkinson has turned to some famous friends.

Wilkinson and Jersey Shore: Family Vacation stars Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Deena Cortese, self-described “Meatballs,” had an L.A. lunch date on Tuesday. It must have gone well too because Cortese gave Wilkinson a huge compliment.


The fourth member of their lunch crew was celebrity makeup artist Joey Camasta. While we don’t know what they talked about, Wilkinson looked happy, so they probably weren’t dishing about her split from her husband of nearly nine years, which she announced last week.

Both Wilkinson and Baskett cited irreconcilable differences in their court filings made Friday, according to the Blast. They requested joint legal and physical custody of their 8-year-old son, Hank IV, and their daughter, Alijah Mary, 3.

Wilkinson insisted in an emotional Instagram post announcing the split that their kids “would never know the difference” after they had gone their separate ways. In fact, she and Baskett both attended their daughter’s first soccer game over the weekend.

But the lunch with friends was strictly for Mom. Afterward, Wilkinson attended the Millennial Mamas’ Mom’s Night Out, where she mingled with Beverly Hills, 90210 actress and Tori & Dean alum Tori Spelling and another close friend, Jessica Hall, who appeared on Wilkinson’s reality shows, including Kendra on Top, and, in 2009, The Hills.

From left: Erin Ziering, Beverley Mitchell, Kendra Wilkinson, Tori Spelling, Jessica Hall, Veena Crownholm, and Kimberly Caldwell attend the Millennial Mamas’ Mom’s Night Out on April 10 in Calabasas, Calif. (Photo: Jesse Grant/Getty Images)

Come to think of it, the topic of conversation at their lunch was obviously plotting an all-star reality show.

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