This will make you feel old.
Remember Jon & Kate Plus 8? It was one of the most talked about series in the United States for quite some time. After all, who wouldn't be interested in seeing how a mother and a father of eight children handled their daily lives? And what if six of those were born at the same time as sextuplets while the remaining two were twins?
The fifth season of this series became one of the most popular series of The Learning Channel, with nearly 10 million people watching the first episode. But the kids on the show that started way back in 2007 are all grown up, and they all look different today.
Do you want to see the kids of Kate Gosselin and Jon Gosselin today? Read on to know more about them!
Yes, this couple had a staggering number of kids. What made them a nationwide topic is the fact that two were twins and the remaining six were sextuplets. This is why their reality show was such a hit.
It first started as one-hour TV specials named "Surviving Sextuplets and Twins" and "One Year Later" before having two seasons on Discovery Health Channel and the remaining ones on The Learning Channel.
Even if having these many kids was quite problematic, especially financially speaking, the couple was determined to thrive.
Being on Oprah's talk show was quite a significant part of their lives because Oprah had so much influence on what millions of people would talk about.
This happened in Hawaii and it was absolutely magical to see.
They had a massive birthday party and everything turned out pretty well for the celebrity family.
Many people were dismayed with their decision, especially since they were all worried about the welfare of the kids. Jon accused Kate of having control issues, while Kate felt that their relationship felt empty and that she could no longer sustain the marriage with so many kids to take care of.
Because of the separation, Kate Gosselin had to do more to keep her children happy amidst the familial tension.
According to Us Magazine, Jon Gosselin didn't want his divorce and his future activities to be seen by millions of people.
While it had already ended, TLC allowed the series to first achieve a commendable 150 episodes.
Of course, the book cover featured her eight wonderful kids who have grown a lot.
Let's hope that they have a great time growing up together, despite any financial, emotional, or family problems that may arise because of the divorce and the media attention.
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