Wilkinson responded to the tabloid article in list form on Instagram, revealing that the two are indeed "having issues," without getting into specifics.
"1. how do u fake marital problems (sic)? makes absolutely no sense," she wrote. "2. Yes we are having issues 3. My job has been reality tv for 13 years 4. My show was a comedy and light hearted til sad times happened then we had to change my show from comedy to drama. Not what i wanted but was a part of my journey and story."
"These issues Hank n I are having (sic) in our home which we are tryin to hard to over come, everyone knows about, including producers and network, friends and family," she continued. "My job is reality TV and I love my job unfortunately these issues at home are affecting my decisions cuz the last thing i want to do is hurt Hank."
Wilkinson said she hopes to "get back to the fun Kendra you all know" after previously tweeting that "2018 has been so far the hardest start to a year in my life. Kickin my ass n putting me through a true test... but I survived this far. I choose to stand strong, be grateful n smile (sic). Life is too short."
"I hate drama," she added on Instagram. "Thank you all for your support and understanding me at this time. I've been in a lot of therapy lately n hope all gets resolved for me, Hank,kids and even for TV. Lol"
Kendra hasn't shared any images with Hank since mid-December.
The two previously hashed out their relationship drama on both "Kendra on Top" and "Marriage Boot Camp," where they dealt with the fallout of a sex scandal Baskett had with a transgender model in 2014.