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VIDEO: Kendra Wilkinson Talks Playboy, Sexiness & Hank

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Kendra Wilkinson dished on her recent decision to turn down a post-baby Playboy spread, a war of words with a radio shock jock, and how she keeps up with her hubby while he’s out of state, while promoting the new season of her self-titled reality show on The Today Show Thursday.

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Wilkinson, who gave birth to her first child 11 months ago, said Playboy offered her another pictorial but she turned it down, calling it “the hardest decision of [her] life,” though conceded she still wants “be that hot mom in the public eye.”

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The reality TV beauty also responded to a recent scandal involving radio personality Mancow, who said her sexiness level had gone from “Marilyn Monroe to Mrs. Brady.”

“I’m open and there’s a lot of people in the world that have their own opinions of me,” Kendra said, noting her run-in with the Chicago-based radio host “made me want to get back into shape and prove him wrong – not just him but everybody that criticizes me.

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“Just a couple weeks ago, my body started kicking back into gear,” she said.

And as for her well-documented marriage to NFL player Hank Baskett?

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“Hank is in Minnesota playing football now, I’m in L.A. trying to find a home for us,” she said. “We definitely take advantage of the whole Skype, texting, we have that new iPod … its actually a blessing in disguise.”

Wilkinson said she plans on spending the whole month of December in Minnesota to celebrate her son’s first birthday and the holidays as a family.

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The new season of Kendra premieres Sunday on E! at 10/9c.

 

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