It's a girl for reality stars Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett. The duo, who were already parents to four-year old Hank IV, welcomed their new addition via C-section at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on May 16, according to an exclusive report by US Weekly posted shortly after the birth.
The baby girl, whose name has yet to be released, is "healthy with all 10 fingers and all 10 toes," according to a statement from Baskett, a former NFL wide receiver. The now two-time dad also praised Wilkinson for doing "an amazing job" during the birthing process.
Wilkinson, 28, first announced her pregnancy via an Oct. 31 tweet to followers. She continued to use Twitter to keep fans up to date as her pregnancy progressed, most recently issuing complaints about her "never ending" itchy skin on May 14. She also blogged about her experience as a second-time mom to be for People.
The buxom blonde first gained notoriety as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends on "The Girls Next Door" in 2005 alongside Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt. She went on to star in her own reality series, the aptly titled "Kendra," from 2009 through 2011 before taking a spin around the ballroom as a celebrity contestant during the fall 2011 season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." She and her family currently star in the WE tv network's "Kendra on Top."
Wilkinson's name is the most recent addition to the growing list of celebrities who have added baby girls to their respective broods in the spring of 2014. Other big names include Drew Barrymore, who welcomed daughter Frankie, her second child with husband Will Kopelman, on April 22; "Die Hard" actor Bruce Willis, who on May 5 welcomed baby Evelyn, his second child with wife Emma Heming-Willis and fifth daughter overall; and "Scandal" actress Kerry Washington, who gave birth to daughter Isabelle on April 21.
A host of other celebrities are also expecting baby girls in 2014. The roster of moms to be includes "Mistresses" star Alyssa Milano and "Jersey Shore" alum Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, among others.