Husband and wife continue to struggle with their marriage more than a year after his cheating scandal

By Sheila Cosgrove Baylis
Updated December 02, 2020 12:50 AM
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More than a year has passed since the cheating scandal that rocked Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett‘s marriage, and the couple is still struggling to get their relationship back on track.

Though they tried to heal by signing up for Marriage Boot Camp and appeared to be doing well for a time, Wilkinson admits in and exclusive clip from Friday’s Kendra on Top: “I’m not doin’ too good, still.”

“I just want to be happy again,” says the former Playboy model, 30. “I want to laugh again. I am dealing with some real drama in my life that I need to get past, but I am being me, just not really happy me.”

The pair – who have two children, Hank IV, 5, and Alijah Mary, 14 months – have been deeply invested in repairing their marriage since Baskett, 32, was exposed for having what’s since described as an unwanted sexual encounter with a transgender woman. He told PEOPLE exclusively in July that he “didn’t engage in anything,” but he “messed up” by putting himself in a bad situation.

In the clip, Wilkinson says again that she has forgiven her husband, but Baskett wonders if she has truly moved on as he asks, “How long do you want to sit there and punish me and make me realize that I’ve failed?”

“He’s trapped,” Wilkinson says. “And I’m so tired of trying to fix him.”

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