Inside Kendra Wilkinson & Hank Baskett’s Tense Final Outing Before Divorce Bombshell

Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett tried — and failed — to present a united front for their son just days before she hinted on social media their relationship may finally be over. can exclusively reveal that the devoted parents made what would turn out to be their last joint appearance on Mar. 29 when they went to watch their 8-year-old son Hank Junior’s play at his elementary school in Hidden Hills, Calif.

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“Their body language was terrible,” noted an eyewitness of 32-year-old Wilkinson, who wore a gray sports outfit with a white baseball cap, and Hank, who also donned a casual outfit and a blue baseball cap.

“Kendra barely spoke to Hank, and there was a definite sense of sadness and awkwardness between them.”

"To be fair, they were doing their best to look united for Hank Junior and both cheered him on and made an effort,” added the witness of the couple, who also have a daughter together, Alijah, 3.

As reported, Wilkinson recently hinted that her life was drastically changing amid fresh divorce rumors.

“Today will be the saddest, scariest day of my life,” she revealed in a tweet on April 2. “Today I will have to be the strongest I’ve ever been. Today, my rebirth begins.”

And Wilkinson later opened up even more on her troubled state of mind — and marriage to Baskett, 35.

“Ten years. I did everything I could. It wasn’t good enough,” a weeping Wilkinson said in an Instagram story. “I will always love him and my heart will always remain open for him.”

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Despite her promise, the eyewitness at their son’s school play noted, “It was clearly very difficult for them to be in the same room, and Kendra looked to be struggling emotionally.”

Meanwhile, Wilkinson’s husband “was very hands-on and talking to a lot of the other parents,” the onlooker told

“Kendra was way more subdued and spent a lot of the time away from Hank, even though he’d come over and whisper things in her ear. When it came time to leave I’m pretty sure they went separately.”

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