While Jon Gosselin has become the most eligible bachelor around since his split from Kate Gosselin, the latter says she is not ready for romance.
"I am not yet divorced officially," she told Larry King on CNN's Larry King Live Tuesday when asked if she feels single. "I'm lonely, but very busy."
Asked if Jon is a good father, Kate paused a long time before saying: "Yes?"
Pressed about why she paused, Kate elaborated that she knows Jon is a good father deep down, even if she disagrees with "some of his decisions."
Those would be Hailey Glassman, Kate Major, Stephanie Santoro, etc., etc.
Addressing how the couple's children are handling the split, Kate Gosselin said: "They are starting to understand the process [of divorce]. They are working through it the same way that Jon and I are. They're doing remarkably well."
Gosselin says that like any kids whose parents split, her children wish she and Jon were together, but for now, "My goal is peace and we've achieved that."
Still, Gosselin acknowledged that their life isn't always peaceful. She explained a recent encounter that resulted in the police being called to their home.
"It was not this huge fight," she said. "It was just a thing where I wanted to be there with the kids as opposed to a babysitter. He wasn't fond of that idea."
The babysitter in question? Stephanie Santoro, Jon's rumored play thing.
As for whether the show goes on, Kate would not speak for Jon, who would like to be done filming, but said she plans to keep shooting Jon and Kate Plus 8.
"Myself and the kids will continue the show," she said. "I signed my name to a contract and I am going to do my best to make that work as long as it is healthy for myself and the kids. There could be [another season] or there could not be."