23rd second thought, Kendra Wilkinson is still married to Hank Baskett.
The former Playboy model caused ripples across the web when she landed in Australia this week (to take part in an international version of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!) and declared herself single.
Most people took this to mean that Wilkinson had finally dumped Baskett after confirmation that he cheated on her this spring with a transgender model named Ava London.
But those people were parsing Kendra's words too closely, a rep for the star tells Us Weekly.
"She said she was single 'for the time being here' in Australia - physically apart from her husband and kids," the rep says via statement. "Kendra and Hank continue to work on their marriage. Nothing has changed."
Kendra acknowledged the Baskett-London affair when asked about it, said she was trying to “escape from” from that drama and added:
"I am going to have some thinking time in the jungle. It’s going to be good to be away from all of that. I’m single for the time being."
Just last week, Wilkinson made her most definitive statement to date regarding her marriage and its positive future.
"He loves me and we're gonna be together for the rest of our lives," she told Access Hollywood. "We'll prove it, we'll prove it until we're 100 years old. We're gonna be together forever."
Some, of course, believe that Kendra and Hank concocted the entire infidelity tale in order to increase ratings for their WEtv reality show and to make folks want to watch Kendra on Top online.
Crazy, right?!? No way would any Z-list couple ever conjure up a story just for attention, right?
Wilkinson and Baskett and the parents to two kids (Hank Jr., 4, and Alijah, 5 months) and Kendra has said for months that her children will remain the couple’s priority.
"I don't want to be stupid. But I know Hank loves me," Wilkinson told the Huffington Post in October. "We're at a place where we can talk right now."
"Not about everything, but we're talking and we're parenting. That's our number one priority ... making sure these two kids are raised with two parents."
"We want to give them a great life."