Kendra Wilkinson debuts new brunette look three weeks after filing for divorce

Edduin Carvajal
Apr 27, 2018
08:00 A.M.
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Apart from her strong and fit figure, people remember Kendra Wilkinson for her blonde locks. She surprised many when she uploaded a photo with a different hairstyle.


Wilkinson’s most recent post on her Instagram account showed her wearing a pink shirt and ripped blue jeans. Even though her outfit attracted many sights, her short and brunette hair was the highlight of the image.

In the caption, she set clear that she had been wanting to experiment with her hair for a long time. Wilkinson added that she was very excited for it but that she will always stay true to her roots.

According to Inquisitr, the change of her look came a few weeks after she filed for divorce from former NFL star Hank Baskett, 35.


The couple, who got married in 2009, had a dramatic relationship that ultimately led to their separation. Her fresh look is suggested to be a wait to start a new chapter in her life.

While most people might consider that dying her hair was a minor thing in her life, Wilkinson rose to fame as one of the three blonde girlfriends of Hugh Hefner in the TV show The Girls Next Door.

It was an important part of her career and getting rid of it must have been tough. Before revealing her brunette self to her followers, she took to Twitter to admit that it was time for her to push the refresh button.


Wilkinson added that it was time for her to start letting go of the past and embracing the new, for a change and a different ‘outlook.' While she didn’t name Baskett, it was clear that she was referring to their failed relationship.

The couple had two children together, Hank IV, 8, and Alijah Mary, 3. Wilkinson even posted a video confessing that she ‘will always love’ Baskett and that she didn’t know how she would face life without him.

Pennsylvania therapist Christy Beck set clear that it was common for people to cut or color their hair after losing someone as it is a ‘form of self-care.’