Kendra Wilkinson is firing back at critics of herself and Hank Baskett, saying she knows what she stands for and that's all she needs.
Try not to laugh too openly ... it's pretty difficult, we know.
With Hank facing criticism for stepping out on her, and the couple both accused of faking their marital woes, Kendra came out swinging.
"This is the love of my life," Kendra wrote on Instagram. "A true man."
"I believe in forgiveness and I believe in him. I take my vows very serious and won't let people's beliefs get in my way of what I know."
"Everyone that truly knows @hank_baskett knows the truth."
"Everyone who's doesn't creates their own ideas and that's ok but don't F--k with me and what I love and stand for."
If you watch Marriage Boot Camp online, you know that Baskett owned up to his transgressions from last year - finally - on the show.
Hank claims he was fondled by Ava London when he was trying to score some weed, but didn't pursue or engage in sex acts with her.
Hammered from all sides by charges that Hank is a liar, or that Hank is a cheater, or both, Wilkinson isn't going to take it anymore.
"Love the support but all the other 2 cents can kiss me a--," she wrote on Instagram, adding that she is "in the best place" lately.
As for their kids and how they will perceive this someday?
"They're going to know we went through some struggles, but they're going to be proud of us for sticking through those struggles, right?"
"We're a happy family. That's all that matters."
"I feel very special entering my 30s now knowing the true definition of forgiveness. Never knew what forgiveness meant until now."
"I think that's the most powerful feeling that I've ever felt."
Even more powerful than the feeling her man and a transgender model experienced when they climaxed together at her apartment?
If so, wow. That's powerful indeed, K.