The model – who has recently hit out at her time spent in Hugh Hefner’s mansion whilst posing for the publication – is planning to take an “honest” approach with two-year-old Rainbow Aurora.
She told E! News: “I just have to honest. I have to own up to the decisions I made, mistakes I made, tell people why and it’s good practice for that.”
Holly has also explained that her daughter was part of the inspiration behind writing her tell-all book Down The Rabbit Hole.
She wanted the story there in case anything happened to her before she had a chance to tell Rainbow Aurora the whole truth.
She added: “I wanted to tell my whole story. If anything happened to me before my daughter was old enough to talk to me about it, I’d want her to know where I was coming from, and I think there are women who could learn from my story and not make the same mistakes I did.”
The star has been outspoken about her “miserable” time, claiming she was verbally and emotionally abused in the Playboy Mansion.
She said: “I wrote the book not because I had an axe to grind or because I wanted a reaction from him.
“I just wanted to tell my story and hopefully inspire other women if they’re in a bad relationship or a bad situation, to move on and not feel branded by a choice they made or a person they’re known to be with.
“I think he thinks I’m doing it for fame because he can’t grasp the fact that a woman would have a message and a story to tell.”