Kendra Wilkinson’s Fiancé: “If She’s Happy, I’m Happy”

Kendra Wilkinson's Fiancé: "If She's Happy, I'm Happy"

With the rising trend of pregnant stars facing divorce, it’s nice to see a couple who are completely supportive of each other. Kendra Wilkinson’s fiancé, Hank Baskett, was recently interviewed by E! Online’s Marc Malkin and spoke of nothing but his willingness to participate fully in the experience.

“It takes two people to get pregnant,” says the Philadelphia wide receiver. “You can’t have just one person doing everything. There’s going to be some things I can’t make, but I’m going to try my hardest to be at every appointment, at every meeting, everything.”

Since finding out that she and Hank were expecting, Kendra, 23, has been studying up on all things pregnancy and baby related: “She’s telling me what do about every little thing,” says Hank. “She’s reading, and I’ve seen more baby television shows since she got pregnant than I have in my entire life. She’s studying up on everything, and that’s why I have to keep my game up, to keep up with her because she’s constantly testing me and asking me questions.”

He is also fully immersed in the preparations for their June 27 wedding: “I am trying to take care of most of what I can so I can take it off of her shoulders. I want her to enjoy this wedding, because if she’s happy, I’m happy. That’s all that matters.”

Hank also admits that being across the county and away from Kendra is difficult, saying that he “[doesn't] want her in any way, shape or form to feel like she’s doing this by herself.”

This will be the first baby for Kendra and Hank, who have mentioned wanting as many as three children. Their little bundle is expected on Christmas Day.

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