Jon and Kate Gosselin's daughter Mady, 21, wows in short black dress after dad admits they haven't spoken in EIGHT years

KATE Plus 8's Jon and Kate Gosselin's daughter, Mady, 21, has wowed in a short black dress, days after her dad admitted that they have not spoken in eight years.

Jon, 44, has also not spoken to his daughter Cara, Mady's twin sister, amid the nasty feud with his ex Kate, 46; however, he has not abandoned his ex girlfriend Colleen Conrad during her battle with breast cancer.


In the snaps shared to her Instagram page, Mady posed in tall knee-high black boots and a little black dress.

She wore her hair parted down the middle and slicked back complete with minimalist jewelry for a simple look.

Mady posed next to two friends who were with her in Syracuse, New York.

The small screen television personality captioned her post: "from weeks ago".

This comes a few days after Mady was seen on TikTok in a navy sweater and nothing else as she mouthed the words to Taylor Swift's All Too Well.

The new TikTok and Mady's Instagram posts came as Mady’s father Jon admitted in a new interview that he hasn’t spoken to his twin daughters Mady and Cara in about eight years amid the nasty feud with ex Kate.

In the interview, Dr. Oz revealed that in Cara's biography page for the rowing team, she only listed her mother as her parent.

When asked how he felt about being omitted, the reality star mentioned: "It's just like anything. It's just like an emergency contact. It doesn't make me feel any different." 

He then admitted he has not spoken to his twin girls in "eight years."

Jon said: "I text them every single year. And every time I come here to your show or interview, I text my daughter every single time."

He revealed that they have not "blocked him" because "it's blue."

Jon believed Cara might possibly be "angry and scared," because she does not want to "upset her mother.'

While talking about Mady, the TV star pointed out that Hannah "cut through stops" and had dinner with her and the other siblings. 

Colin was not in attendance with them at the dinner. 

JON'S SUPPORT

In the same Dr. Oz's interview, Jon revealed that he also keeps in touch with his ex-girlfriend Colleen and hasn't abandoned her during her battle with breast cancer.

The Jon & Kate Plus 8 alum told Dr. Oz recently that he is still friends with Colleen Conrad, whom he dated for seven years before breaking up in August, and is there for her in her time of need.

Jon said: "I’ll always love Colleen. And we’re friends and it wasn’t because of cancer [that we broke up].

"I helped her through cancer, insurance and everything else. I supported her through her cancer. It was easier as friends to break off the relationship and get her through that as well."

Colleen, 51, was diagnosed with breast cancer in April.

Just a few months later, the couple called it quits.

PANDEMIC PROBLEMS

At the end of 2020 Jon contracted COVID and was hospitalized for 11 days. He also spent 47 days off work.

While he says Colleen was “super supportive,” he said the strain in their relationship only grew.

Then in February this year the worn down couple decided to call it a day.

Jon made plans to move from his home in Reading, Pennsylvania to Florida for a fresh start.

He recalled: "We decided to terminate our relationship, we were both ready."

“I made plans to ask Amazon for a transfer and I talked to the kids about moving, but in the end Hannah and Collin decided they wanted to stay in Pennsylvania for school, so ultimately we stuck around.

“Then we got to April and that’s when Colleen was diagnosed with cancer.”

THE ESTRANGEMENT

Kate and Jon have had an ongoing custody battle since their divorce in 2009 after spending 20 years together.

After years of going back and forth in court battles, the co-parents have currently split where their kids must live with either parent.

Four of the exes' 16-year-old sextuplets – Aaden, Joel, Alexis, and Leah – live with Kate and have moved with her to North Carolina.

The other two, Collin and Hannah, 17, live with their father and will remain with him in Pennsylvania.

Mady and her twin sister Cara were left out of the custody agreements as they are both legal adults and had headed off to college.

The timing of the breakup raised suspicions, but in an exclusive interview with The Sun, Jon said the cancer diagnosis had nothing to do with the decision, insisting their relationship had become "fraught" during the coronavirus pandemic

"It's hard, it was a big decision. We have been together for seven years which is a long time, so it's very upsetting," he explained.

“It's really hard to even talk about it. When you're with someone that long, especially in the public eye and she's someone private.

"We had some struggles and we tried to push through them as best we could, but it didn't really work out the way we thought it would.

"I still love and care for Colleen but we've both determined that it’s the natural end.”

Jon confessed the unhappy pair split up more than once and even tried couple’s therapy in a bid to mend their issues.

But it took a pandemic to push them past the brink.

THE HOLIDAYS

Back in October, Collin, and Hannah got a jump ahead of the holiday season and made their Christmas lists already. 

During his interview with Hollywood Life, the Jon & Kate Plus 8 star revealed the "interesting things" that Collin and Hannah had asked for, including a "new comforter."

He added: "They send their lists. They use apps. They add it to their Amazon cart which is ironic because I work for Amazon.

"They’ll send me 50 things so then I just pick through things. They send stuff like furniture. Who sends furniture in their Christmas list? It’s funny.”

While also gathering presents for Collin and Hannah, the TV star and his kids "like to donate to different charities as well.” 

Jon pointed out: “I try to teach my kids that.”



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