Once and for all, Kendra Wilkinson has answered all questions about her marriage to Hank Baskett.
It is intact and it will remain intact. Until death does the couple part.
"He loves me and we're gonna be together for the rest of our lives," Kendra told Access Hollywood on Friday. "We'll prove it ... until we're 100 years old. We're gonna be together forever."
Questions over the future of this relationship have hung over the relationship for months, ever since rumors surfaced of Baskett receiving manual pleasure from a transgender model named Ava London.
Anyone who chooses to watch Kendra on Top online via the Internet, meanwhile, would think Kendra is on the verge of leaving her husband.
However, the episodes of that WEtv reality series were filmed a long time ago and Wilkinson has either come around... or the pair has realized that they can make more money by remaining together.
On last week's episode, Wilkinson confronted her estranged husband and told him "We're not married right now. I'm not your wife."
What about the newly-surfaced audio recordings of Baskett? In which he allegedly talks about paying money to London in exchange for secrecy?
"It's not what you think happened," she says. "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."
Also because the entire thing is made up.
"We are on the road to recovery," Wilkinson concluded. "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.
"If you believe you're perfect and you don't believe in forgiveness, you're not meant to be married."
Or at least you're not meant to appear on reality TV shows that require interesting storylines. One or the other.