Entertainment TV Kendra Wilkinson Says She's Never Divorcing Hank Baskett The reality star says their 5-year marriage is on the "road to recovery" By Lynette Rice Lynette Rice Lynette Rice is the former editor at large at Entertainment Weekly. Her work has previously appeared in PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 7, 2014 07:25 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: D. Dipasupil/Getty Love conquers all – even an alleged dalliance with a transexual model. Kendra Wilkinson told Access Hollywood Live Friday that she and Hank Baskett will remain married, despite having considered whether to dump her husband of five years for allegedly cheating with a transexual model. “He loves me and we’re gonna be together for the rest of our lives,” she said on the syndicated show. “We’ll prove it … until we’re 100 years old. We’re gonna be together forever.” Anyone watching Kendra on Top on WE tv right now would think Wilkinson, 29, was on the brink of leaving Baskett, 32. Last week’s episode, for example, featured Wilkinson confronting her estranged husband in his apartment and saying, “We’re not married right now. I’m not your wife.” In a previous episode, she’s seen throwing a tantrum and telling Baskett he isn’t wanted. On Access Hollywood Live, however, Wilkinson changes her tune by saying Baskett “got trapped” in a scandal and he’s really “an innocent, vulnerable guy. It’s so sad.” “It’s not what you think happened,” she told the morning show. “I can’t go on further past that. There is some investigation going on right now and that’s why I have to stay away from some things.” “We are on the road to recovery,” Wilkinson continued. “We are on the road to friendship again. I believe that our marriage has been shaken up and I believe that this is something that is gonna renew us as people, renew us as friends. There are curveballs that are thrown at you and you just have to get over it and forgive.” “If you believe you’re perfect and you don’t believe in forgiveness, you’re not meant to be married,” she added. “He went through an identity crisis.” Want more stories like this? Sign up for our newsletter and other special offers: sign me up Thank you for signing up!