It looks like Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett aren’t splitting up as quickly as everyone thought. To be fair, prior reports were correct; they’re still calling off their marriage of eight years.
However, there was a hiccup during the process, messed up legal documents, which thwarted their impending divorce. According to a report from TMZ, the reasoning was that both Kendra and Hank made a mistake in the court papers.
On the 29th of October, the couple filed their final divorce settlement with full intentions of ending their marriage for good. It was supposed to be the be-all-end-all document to finally cut off all ties.
But on Wednesday, a judge had to reject the motion for divorce due to the aforementioned mistakes. As for why the judge had to say no, TMZ claims the couple wrote down the wrong jurisdiction date on the documents and didn’t check a specific box as well.
As it was previously reported, in April, Kendra filed for divorce from Hank after close to nine years, despite having two children together. Before then, Kendra posted an emotional and heartfelt video of herself online confirming she and her man were about to break up.
The news of their separation wasn’t surprising for many of her fans, as most know, Hank allegedly cheated on her with a transgender woman; he was busted red-handed.
Kendra later took to Instagram, posting a picture of herself and her husband posing together; she wrote in the caption that she had to say “goodbye” to this “beautiful man” that she called her husband for so many years.
Despite the breakup, sources claim they’re doing their very best to hold things together, platonically and amicably, for the sake of their two kids which you can see in the Instagram post above.
Previously, both Kendra and Hank went to a soccer game together not long after they split up. It’s unfortunate the pair had to split when the kids are at such an impressionable age, but if a couple can no longer live together, they have to call it off. It looks like they’ll have to wait just a little while longer.