Kendra Wilkinson Plans on Removing Her Breast Implants

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Watch a topless Kendra Wilkinson strip down to her thong.
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Kendra Wilkinson slims down after welcoming second child.

Kendra Wilkinson is planning to go under the knife again — but this time, she wants to get a breast reduction.

The former Girls Next Door star says she feels like it’s time to distance herself from her glamour model past, explaining that removing her breast implants is the first step in shedding her Playboy image.

“I’m going through a phase right now where I don’t fit my boobs anymore — I’m thinking about a reduction because that was a phase and now I am out of it,” she tells the Daily Mail. “After my daughter was born, when I was breastfeeding it became hard not to look at my boobs now and see them as milk and fat. The person I feel like today isn’t a person with big boobs — I feel like I’m trapped in this body right now.”

In fact, Wilkinson says she much prefers if other men aren’t physically attracted these days. For the mom-of-two, who’s currently married to football player Hank Baskett, she’d much rather focus on being a parent than looking sexy for strangers.

“All men want to see is a body that pleases their eyes, especially in my case because I come from the Playboy world and and they don’t want to see my body doing something other than pleasing them. My body used to be to please men, but my body is for me now and it is to please me, now I feel like I have 100 per cent control over who I am,” she explains. “If guys don’t like my body now that’s actually a good thing, that means I’m shedding the Playboy image. When I see guys saying oh you’re fat, I’m like, ‘Yes! I’m glad I don’t turn you on any more because I don’t want to do that anymore!'”

Wilkinson adds that becoming a mother has definitely made her love her body more.

“‘Before having my kids I was a free spirit. I had no filters and I could run around naked and feel free as I felt like I had no flaws. After two kids, I have hips, a butt and curves,” she says. “‘I actually love my body even more now because I remember being that thin and wishing I could fit into high-waisted jeans and sophisticated dresses but they just looked frumpy on me.”

“It’s such a taboo,” she continues about the pressure for women to lose their pregnancy weight, adding that she “burst into tears” after seeing a photo of Kourtney Kardashian’s slim post-baby body. “‘We do this to ourselves as women, but we shouldn’t — it takes some a lot longer than others to lose the weight.”

“That’s the time that your body should be recovering, when you should be spending time with your baby and letting yourself heal.”