Kendra Wilkinson keeps casual in skinny jeans and a tee as she enjoys some quality time with daughter Alijah, five, at a pumpkin patch

She's hit back at claims of a romance with billionaire Donald DJ Friese, and said she is focused on raising her children after her divorce from Hank Baskett.

And Kendra Wilkinson made sure to soak up some quality time with her daughter Alijah, five, as they headed to a pumpkin patch in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, on Thursday. 

The former Playboy cover girl, 34, put on a causal display in a grey T-shirt and skinny jeans as she enjoyed some festive fun with her lookalike little girl. 

Family: Kendra Wilkinson made sure to soak up some quality time with her daughter Alijah, five, as they headed to a pumpkin patch in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, on Thursday

Family: Kendra Wilkinson made sure to soak up some quality time with her daughter Alijah, five, as they headed to a pumpkin patch in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, on Thursday

The Girls Next Door star kept comfortable in white sneakers and added a baseball cap to complete her look. 

The mother-of-two tied her blonde hair back in a ponytail and appeared fresh-faced as she ventured out with her youngest child.

The visit to the patch appeared to have been successful with Kendra picking up two small orange pumpkins.

Adorable Alijah looked equally casual during the outing and wore a pretty blue skirt and white T-shirt. 

Picking out pumpkins: The former Playboy cover girl, 34, put on a causal display in a grey T-shirt and skinny jeans as she enjoyed some festive fun with her lookalike little girl

Picking out pumpkins: The former Playboy cover girl, 34, put on a causal display in a grey T-shirt and skinny jeans as she enjoyed some festive fun with her lookalike little girl

The seasonal trip comes days after Kendra denied dating billionaire Donald DJ Friese, who she was seen holding hands with on a night out last week. 

She wrote on Instagram: 'Last night I step out with my friend. We look like we are dating but we are definitely not. It’s a very strange time right now with new people in my life and trusting people all over again is very scary...

'I do believe in love and I do believe I will in time find my soul mate but for now mama is just having fun exploring my new life. I’m healthy and kids are great and for now that still remains top priority.' 

Kendra also admitted she is still 'healing' following her divorce from former NFL star Hank Baskett, 37, the father of her children Hank IV, nine, and Alijah.

Focusing on the children: The TV personality and former NFL star Hank Baskett, 37, (pictured with their two children Hank Jr and Alijah), split in April 2018 after getting married in 2009

Focusing on the children: The TV personality and former NFL star Hank Baskett, 37, (pictured with their two children Hank Jr and Alijah), split in April 2018 after getting married in 2009

She tweeted: 'I confirm that myself and kids are all that matter still and a few great friends. Anything more than that I haven't confirmed ... healing is still in progress.

'Not the type to be in and out of relationships. If I confirm a relationship that means I’ve done the work to trust it’s healthy. Which is major work and a lot of time. Lol.

'I have so much love for the few people I choose in my life rt now. They make me happy and they make me laugh, there if I need someone. Very blessed. That’s it. Lol'

Kendra finalised her divorce from Hank around seven months ago, after the pair split in April 2018 following nine years of marriage.

Not dating: Kendra's appearance comes after she hit back at claims of a romance with billionaire Donald DJ Friese (pictured together earlier this month)

Not dating: Kendra's appearance comes after she hit back at claims of a romance with billionaire Donald DJ Friese (pictured together earlier this month) 

Kendra Wilkinson enjoys quality time with her daughter Alijah, five, at a pumpkin patch in LA

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