Jon and Kate Gosselin's daughter Mady decorates the tree with siblings except Hannah and Collin as family feud rages on

JON and Kate Gosselin's daughter Mady decorated her family Christmas tree with some of her siblings.

However, Hannah and Collin were absent as the family's longtime feud continues.



Mady shared a video of her and her sister, Cara, and brother, Joel, decorating their Christmas tree.

In the video she mentioned she thought she may have stepped on glass.

She captioned the post: "Got a nice cut on the bottom of my foot fyi."


Earlier this month, Mady posted another video hanging out on a holiday break from her university with her siblings Alexis, Aaden and Joel.

As Jon and Kate continue their nasty custody battle, four of the children, Aaden, Joel, Alexis and Leah, live with Kate.

However, Hannah and Collin have been living with Jon and his girlfriend Colleen.

As adults, Mady and her twin sister Cara have been able to choose where they go when they're home from college, and they decided to stay with their mom.


Last month, Mady claimed her family had a major fight during Thanksgiving dinner.

After sharing things got heated at dinner, she updated fans in the caption, writing: “Everything is all good now though.”

Previously, Colleen and Jon were hoping that the two of his kids staying with him would get to see their estranged siblings at Thanksgiving.

According to In Touch: "Colleen is always encouraging it, and Jon isn’t opposed to it.

“That would really make the holidays special. Everyone is keeping their fingers crossed.”

“That would really make the holidays special. Everyone is keeping their fingers crossed.”

However, the family remained divided, following Collin accusing his father of "beating" him after an altercation in September.

The teen reported: "My dad is a liar. Yesterday he beat me up and thought nothing of it, he punched me in the face and gave me a swollen nose and I started bleeding.

"He then continued to kick me in the ribs after I was on the floor. He is a liar.”

Source: Read Full Article