Hannah Gosselin's eldest, twins Mady and Cara, have left for college and are breathing free air for the first times in their lives.
While Kate tries to elicit sympathy by mourning Hannah's absence from family trips, she has another bone to pick.
Kate says that the world has been so unfair to her family. Girl, go look in a mirror.
Kate Gosselin took to Instagram to share a photo of her eldest daughters.
"I love these kids fiercely," Kate writes, referring specifically to Mady and Cara.
"And," she adds. "I don’t apologize for my tears."
"Times have been so tough," Kate complains.
"And," she notes. "So needlessly unfair for them."
Awwww, they're all grown up! Well, you know, they're adults. "Grown up" seems to start around 30 and it is not as fun as it sounds.
"Despite it all," Kate continues. "They’ve turned out to be such wonderful amazing human beings."
"I cannot wait to see what lies ahead for each of them," she expresses.
Kate looks forward to seeing their progress "once they get away from those who have tried to destroy them versus protect them!"
Naturally, she also plugs her show, Kate Plus 8.
Back in May, Mady opened up about how much she and Cara are looking forward to college.
"College feels like a place to blend in," Mady expressed.
She continued: "and I feel like we haven't really had much of a chance to really blend in."
"And," she stated. "I want to be just like somebody."
You know that you've had quite the childhood when your firmest wish for your university experience is anonymity.
"I don't want to know everybody's name," Mady continued.
She added: "and I don't want to know everybody's business."
"And I don't want everyone to know my name and my business," Mady emphasized.
She's not quite saying that she doesn't want to make any friends. It sounds more like she wants to blend into the crowd.
"I feel like big college is the way we want to go," she concluded.
"She was not able to come and that's sad," Kate said in a recent clip to explain why Hannah was not joining a "family" trip.
Kate accused: "That's the second trip here actually for us that she hasn't been with us."
"It was sad for us because you know, they're getting older and they're making different choices and they're doing different things," she said.
Kate continued: "And she opted to stay back with her dad, which again, you know, her choice."
"It's not optimal for mom," she admitted. "But it's something that I support and you know, we just adjust and move on."
So what does Kate mean when she says that her two eldest daughters have faced so much unfairness?
Does she mean that it's unfair to be thrust into reality stardom as a child because your parents are thirsty for fame?
Does she mean that no child deserves to grow up in an abusive household?
Or does Kate mean that two children would have been enough, and she robbed her eldest twins of any hope of a normal life by having six more?
All of these are great point. But because Kate is the culprit in each case, we strongly doubt that this is her meaning.
We wish Mady and Cara the very best at their (undisclosed) universities! We're sure that they have a long road to recovering from having Kate as a mom.