Just one day after news broke that the model is planning to divorce Hank Baskett, her husband of nearly nine years, a source tells ET that Wilkinson is prioritizing her own needs, as well as her kids.
"She feels broken and has come to terms with the fact that her relationship with Hank isn’t healthy anymore," the source says of Wilkinson, who shares two children, Hank IV, 8, and Alijah, 3, with Baskett. "She's always been mommy-oriented and remains focused on her kids and what's best for them."
Wilkinson has also been leaning on her friends for support, and staying strong with various methods of exercise. "She's been spending quality time with her close girlfriends to keep herself busy," the source tells ET. "She is focusing on herself and her health. She enjoys working out, going to Pilates and hiking to keep herself focused and untroubled."
Wilkinson, 32, and Baskett, 35, are still currently living together at their home in Los Angeles, according to our source, who claims that the couple's kids are unaware that their parents will soon be separating.
ET has reached out to reps for Wilkinson and Baskett for comment.
An additional source told ET on Tuesday that Wilkinson is "very sad" about her decision, as she "still loves" the former NFL pro and "has always been very supportive of him" and his career as a wide receiver with the Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts.
"Kendra and Hank went to therapy after Hank's [alleged cheating] scandal to try and work on their marriage, but in the end, his scandal always hung over them like a cloud," the source added. "Hank has never quite recovered from losing his football career. He never really found himself after that."
Over the weekend, Wilkinson seemingly was nearing her breaking point when she took to Instagram Stories, exclaiming that "life isn't making any sense to me right now" and that she needs to "love myself again."