Kate Gosselin's Daughter Mady Spends Time Filming Videos with Her Siblings during Quarantine
Mady Gosselin recently came back to her family home after the coronavirus pandemic resulted in the temporary closure of her college. To make the best of her social distancing efforts, Kate Gosselin's daughter bonded with her siblings through TikTok videos.
In a new clip she shared with the popular video-sharing social media platform, Mady can be seen putting on a big show while playing the Nintendo Wii theme song in the background. She's with her two of her 15-year-old siblings, Joel and Alexis.
"Stuck in the house," the 19-year-old college freshman captioned the video. "What are we supposed to do?"
In a different video, Mady and Alexis are seen lip-syncing to the song "What I Was Born To Do" from Bring It On the Musical. In the caption, she wrote that it's only "little sister things."
Mady also revealed in another video that her younger sister doesn't know very much about TikTok. She captioned the post:
"When you only have one sibling that wants to make tiktoks with you but she doesn't know how to do it."
MESSAGE FOR FANS
Earlier this month, Mady shared that she needed to return home from Syracuse University in the midst of coronavirus fears. The elder Gosselin daughter has been busy on TikTok ever since.
Not only is Mady active on TikTok, but she also posts significant events of her life on Instagram, according to Inquistr. Just recently, she encouraged her fans to stay at home as much as possible during this time.
Jon and Kate met at a company picnic in October 1997.
According to her, it's the least people can do to protect the vulnerable people in their communities. She concluded her post, writing "Stay safe & healthy."
Meanwhile, Mady's father, Jon Gosselin, was gradually showing signs of a better bond with his eight kids. However, his relationship with ex-wife, Kate, presently can't seem to be fixed as they had a "turbulent relationship."
Jon likewise conceded that his last meeting with her and their children was quite bad. Jon and Kate parted ways in 2009. After they called it quits, both were granted physical custody of their kids.
Jon and Kate met at a company picnic in October 1997. The two got married in June 1999, and in October 2000, they welcomed their twins — Cara and Mady.
In May 2004, the reality stars welcomed their sextuplets — sons Aaden, Collin, and Joel, and daughters Alexis, Hannah, and Leah.
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