Kendra Wilkinson goes on and on about having jungle sex with Hank

Dec 8, 2014 at 2:38 p.m. ET
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Kendra Wilkinson has been spending time in the Australian outback as part of the hit British series I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! and all that time being in the bush has made the former Playboy Bunny miss sex — a lot.

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Since leaving the jungle, Wilkinson apparently can't wait to get between the sheets with her husband Hank Baskett.

"Talk about sexual frustration to the max in the jungle! I was fantasizing the whole time I was in there — picturing myself and my husband getting it on in the bushes and the trees. I have this jungle fever and I feel like going home and doing it on the bed is not going to be enough for me anymore. I’m going to have to go find a couple trees back home and live out my fantasies out there. I was picturing the romantic things when I was in the jungle shower. Just being in nature turned me on," Wilkinson said on the reality TV show, according to RadarOnline.

Being on the show has also seen the former model do a lot of activities and drastically have her food intake reduced, resulting in her losing a lot of weight during filming. So, what does Wilkinson think of her new, smaller figure?

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"I can't wait to get home and show Hank my new body and my new confidence. I want to get back to a lot of sex — I'm due that. I'm going to jump all over him," she said.

Yes, all this talk about wanting to get in bed with Baskett must mean that their marriage is improving and she has forgiven him for his indiscretions.

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"This time apart was exactly what we needed to really understand what we're missing with each other and what we mean to each other," Wilkinson said. "My husband is my everything. We are going to be together for the rest of our lives. Being in the jungle made me think what really matters — and he's all that matters."