Kendra Wilkinson Celebrates 7-Year Anniversary With Sweet Message to Hank Baskett
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Seven years and counting!

Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett celebrated their 7th wedding anniversary on Monday, and the couple took a look back at their recent relationship ups and downs.

"On our anniversary today I'm just thinking how far we've come," the "Kendra on Top" star wrote on Instagram. "I remember playin a love trivia game at a lovers resort in the Poconos and they asked how long have you been married? Everyone was like 30 years, they look at us n we laugh so hard n yell dating 7 months."

"Now it's 7 years, just like that. We've been through ups n downs but getting through those down and surviving them the way we did is rare these days," she continued. "Our ups I can say is our strength. We are always up. LOL. I'm so proud of us and what we stand for. Our kids will believe in love and forgiveness because of us showing them it's possible. I love you @hank_baskett forever n ever ... amen!! Happy 7 year anniversary."

The former NFL player also shared an anniversary tribute.

"7 years....7 years of ups and downs, tears of joy and sadness," he wrote. "Through the good, the bad and the ugly. We sit here today after 7 years still going strong with our love growing by the day. In the beginning we promised to take on the world together, knowing that together we could make it through anything."

Part of the "ugly" Hank is referring to is his alleged affair with a transgender model.

The fallout from the reports was played out through the media and on reality TV, which definitely took a toll on Kendra and Hank.

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In fact, the father-of-two encouraged his wife to explore relationships with other men -- including an ex-boyfriend -- to make sure she wanted to stay with him.

"I would say, 'There's a guy from the past that's texting me, and I don't know how to feel about it, because I actually still have feelings,'" Kendra recently said in a joint interview on "Steve Harvey." "So, we're very open with those kind of talks, and we're through it now. Nothing ever happened physically or even crossed the line. It was just mental chaos."

"I was like, 'You can go on out, but the kids will be here. So, you can make your decision. I'll be here, but go play around if you want,'" Hank recalled. "I had to learn my lesson and find out how valuable and important she is to my life."

Judging by the current status of their relationship, it looks like these two are in it for the long haul, right?!