The 'Kendra On Top' star, 29, who is reportedly battling to save her marriage after her husband, 31, was accused of cheating on her with a transsexual model while she was eight months pregnant, has allowed a camera crew to document all of their drama for her show's upcoming third series, including their marriage counselling sessions.
A source told E! News: ''Everything's going to be addressed on the show, warts and all. Production had already been filming Kendra before the scandal broke, so you're really going to see her reaction to everything from the ground up. Nothing about it is inauthentic. The cameras have been there through it all. It's been devastating.''
The couple, who have son, Hank IV, four, and daughter, Alijah, eight weeks, are said to be trying to repair their relationship.
The insider said: ''Therapy is nothing new for them. Both had been seeking help with their issues prior to the scandal: Hank because his father was dying and Kendra because she's has post-partum in the past. So it only makes sense they're in counselling now too. How much of it will be shown on the show is unclear at the moment.''
Her parents weren't too fond of the idea.
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