Kendra Wilkinson Hospital Visit Prompts Pregnancy Rumors

Kendra Wilkinson was taken to the hospital on Sunday after being involved in a car crash. The extra precaution just weeks after quitting the new celebrity dive show "Splash" has prompted some to believe that the reality star is pregnant.

After being involved in a car crash L.A.'s Tarzana neighborhood, the "Girls Next Door" star was taken to the hospital in "shock," reports said. She arrived at Providence Tarzana Medical Center early on Sunday morning, witnesses said.

"She was taken in earlier," a source told Us Weekly, also confirming that the star had been "discharged" without any apparent injury.

At the beginning of April, after deciding that she had a "fear of heights," Wilkinson was eliminated from the celebrity dive show titled "Splash." The reality star left the show after refusing to dive off of a 23-foot board. She later revealed that her plans to quit the show were imminent.

"I was supposed to quit with last weeks dive but I didn't and did it. Felt amazing and it was a huge accomplishment to me and my family," Wilkinson wrote on Twitter after apologizing to her fans for not completing the dive.

"It's bittersweet. One thing I don't do is quit. This is the first time in my life I've quit something. This will haunt me for the rest of my life," she said.

But some on the Internet suggested that the star was being particularly cautious for a reason.

"I bet she is pregnant that is why she quit diving and went to the hospital after an accident. She is being extra precautious," one fan wrote on the Us Weekly blog after new of Wilkinson's accident broke.

Wilkinson, who has a 3-year-old son with former NFL wide receiver Hank Baskett III, stated in February that she had plans to try for a second child.

"I have a lot coming up in the next couple of months," Wilkinson told E! News at a pre-Grammy party. "But I'm really thinking in the next couple months, we're going to start trying because, you know, there's a lot I have to get out of my system before I put something back in it, if you know what I mean."