Kendra Wilkinson Treats Fans to Rare Family Pic With Kids on Her Birthday

The 'Kendra Sells Hollywood' star makes use of her Instagram account to treat fans to a rare photo of her with her children as she celebrates her 39th birthday at a restaurant.

AceShowbiz - Kendra Wilkinson is feeling generous on her birthday. The "Kendra Sells Hollywood" star made use of her Instagram account to treat fans to a rare photo of her with her children as she celebrated her 39th birthday.

Shared on Tuesday, June 11, one of the snaps saw Kendra posing with son Hank (14) and daughter Alijah (10), whom she shares with ex Hank Baskett, outside Nobu. For the birthday outing, the reality TV star went with an all-white look consisting of a white blouse top and white pants. She let her blonde locks fall down as she wore light makeup.

Hank, meanwhile, looked casual in a white T-shirt that he paired with light-washed denim pants. As for Alijah, the young girl was adorable in a white-and-blue floral patterned dress for the occasion. "Here comes 39… [cake emoji]," so Kendra wrote in the caption.

Kendra is relatively private when it comes to her children. The star, however, would occasionally post about them to celebrate their milestones just like how she celebrated Hank's admission into a private high school back in April.

In her post, the teenager posed in front of a door and wore a shirt from the school while holding an admission certificate. "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!!!" the proud mom penned at the time.

Later in June, Kendra opened up about her divorce and the possible end of her reality TV career during her appearance on Melissa Gorga's "On Display" podcast. "It was impossible to be happy at that point," Kendra told "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star. "I didn't even know how to be happy. My kids were what gave me the purpose."

She credited her kids for alway pushing her 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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