Alone For The Holidays: Kendra Wilkinson Estranged From Family After Divorce

Will Kendra Wilkinson spend the holidays alone? has exclusively learned the divorced mother of two is currently estranged from her immediate family members following her nasty split from Hank Baskett.

According to the former Playboy model’s brother, Colin Wilkinson, Kendra spent the Thanksgiving holiday far from her mother’s home in San Diego, California – and she’ll likely stay away for Christmas too.

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Colin told Radar he was “not sure what we are all doing” for the upcoming holiday. Colin, who lives in Southern California, continued that he especially was “not sure what [Kendra] has planned with the kids and Hank.”

As Radar readers know, the Kendra On Top star has been estranged from her outspoken mom for months. Earlier this year, Patti exclusively told Radar she was “not interested in talking about Kendra” while the 33-year-old reality star was suffering in her unhappy marriage to Hank Baskett.

To make matters worse, Patti and Colin celebrated Thanksgiving without Kendra. Patti tagged her son in a photo of their turkey on Facebook, adding that she was spending the day with the ones she cared about.

Then, Patti announced on Instagram that Kendra On Top was cancelled.

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“Show is done,” Patti wrote to a curious online fan.

As of Wednesday, the estranged mother-daughter duo were also not following one another on Instagram.

Meanwhile, Kendra’s ex Hank has kept a low profile since the couple’s divorce was finalized. The two were married for nine years.

What do you think of Kendra’s estranged relationships with her family members? Sound off in the comments.

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