'Jon and Kate Plus 8' reality star Kate Gosselin feeds her children lunch on their front lawn. (August 14, 2009 - Photo by Bauer Griffin)
Kate Gosselin went on Larry King Live Tuesday to talk about her divorce from Jon Gosselin, the difficulties of moving on, and the future of their reality show, Jon and Kate Plus 8. Kate says that despite Jon saying that he'd rather quit filming the show, she plans to continue allowing cameras to follow her and the kids.
"Jon's opinions and his goals are his," she told Larry King. "I know that, personally, for myself and the kids, this has been a good experience. It continues to be a good experience. And, you know, really the network has been extremely supportive, above and beyond, I feel, what they need to be. And I only experience good things.
"Everyone works. Everyone has a job. Everyone has what they're dealing with. And, generally speaking, this is the most flexible, workable, wonderful job for myself."
Kate Gosselin arrives at CNN. (Bauer Griffin) On Tuesday, Jon was quoted by Us Magazine, saying, "I wish I had a 9 to 5 job instead of the nightmare I'm living. This is 24/7. I don't even want to do taping for the show anymore."
When pressed by King about whether she would continue the show without Jon, Kate said several times, "That would be a question for the network [TLC]."
For the moment, it seems Kate is set on keeping the cameras rolling, even if Jon does want out. She called the show a "huge -- for whatever reason -- inspiration for a lot of people."