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Kendra Wilkinson Sets A Bad Example! Breaks The Law Only Moments After Giving Birth!

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Kendra Wilkinson almost immediately began breaking the law after the birth of her second child!

Congrats to Kendra Wilkinson!

She just gave birth to a beautiful baby girl after tweeting about going into labor!

We already know she's a great momma to her son, and have no doubts she will be for her daughter too… even though she did start breaking the law immediately after her C-section.

No, she didn't start selling morphine straight from her drip or something like that!

She had her camera crew filming everything! And you are NOT allowed to shoot in public areas like hospital hallways!

On top of all that, they apparently asked for a deluxe delivery suite but a Russian billionaire type lady already got the best room.

So now she and her hubby Hank Baskett will be stuck in a normal room just like everyone else. With no camera crew to film it!

At least she's got a brand new baby to keep her happy!

Congrats on the baby girl, you two!

[Image via Twitter.]

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2 comments to “Kendra Wilkinson Sets A Bad Example! Breaks The Law Only Moments After Giving Birth!”



  1. 1

    Technically, she didn't tweet she was in labor. She did say previously she was going to have a scheduled c-section so unless the baby came early, she hasn't been in labor at all. Oh well. Congrats!

  2. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    Congrats on the new baby. Hard to believe the hospital has only one suite, but am sure they can afford a private room.