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Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett: marriage on the rocks?

 
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Here we go again. The National Enquirer is reporting a tawdry, Casper Smart like story about Hank Baskett. The story says that Kendra Wilkinson’s husband was romancing a transsexual model, Ava Sabrina London. The Kendra On Top star, who gave birth to daughter Alijah last month, reportedly kicked the football player out of their L.A. home. London, a model who lives in L.A., is, um, active on YouTube.

Starting over

Elisabetta Canalis put a rough patch behind her on Sunday after returning to her hometown in Italy with boyfriend, Brian Perri. The 35-year-old actress (and George Clooney’s ex) and the Beverly Hills spine surgeon strolled through the Sardinian coastal town of Alghero one week after announcing the couple had suffered a miscarriage.

The baby wait

Monaco’s Prince Albert II isn’t holding back the superlatives when he talks about the baby that his wife is expecting later this year — his first royal heir. He told The Associated Press in an interview that he and Princess Charlene, 36, are “overjoyed,” “thrilled,” and “very excited,” and that the baby is due in December. But they’re also a little nervous. Albert, 56, was a longtime bachelor who has acknowledged fathering two children out of wedlock. He married Charlene, a South African swimmer, in 2011.

Not cool

Frances Bean Cobain doesn’t appreciate Lana Del Rey’s recent off the cuff comments to UK’s Guardian newspaper about wishing to be “dead already.” The interviewer was inquiring about Del Rey’s heroes, the late Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse.

On Sunday, Cobain and Courtney Love’s daughter took the Summertime Sadness singer to task: “[T]he death of young musicians isn’t something to romanticize,” Frances posted. “I’ll never know my father because he died young & it becomes a desirable feat because ppl like u think it’s ‘cool.’ 

Lana answered her back on social media: “I don’t find that part of music glam either.”

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