Leah Hope Gosselin Wiki
Leah Hope Gosselin was born on May 10, 2004, and is the youngest girl of the Gosselin sextuplets being the fifth-born. He is famous for filming the fourth season of the hit TLC show Jon and Kate plus Ei8ht [October 2008] and the second season of Jon & Kate plus 8. [October 2007].
Leah Hope Gosselin Biography
She is featured in The reality TV shows, ‘Surviving Sextuplets and Twins’ and ‘Sextuplets and Twins. The family to stars in ‘Surviving Sextuplets and Twins’—a special program endorsed by ‘Discovery Communications’ TV channel Discovery Health.
The program, which was lapped up by the audiences, garnered so much publicity that Discovery Health was enthused to produce a sequel named ‘Sextuplets and Twins: One Year Later’ in 2006. She is also a contester together with her family in the TV program, ‘Dancing with the Stars’ in its 10th season in 2010.
Leah Hope Gosselin Age
Leah Hope Gosselin was born on May 10, 2004, in Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA.
Leah Hope Gosselin Family
The beauty princess was born in Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania, the USA to father Jonathan Gosselin American television personality, and their mother Kate Gosselin, an illustrious American reality TV personality. She is the youngest girl of the Gosselin sextuplets after her sisters Alexis Faith Gosselin, Hannah Joy Gosselin, brothers Aaden Jonathan Gosselin, Collin Tomas Gosselin, and Joel Kevin Gosselin who is the youngest of the six were born.
Leah Hope Gosselin Height
She was born between 7:51 a.m. and 7:54 a.m., weighing 2 pounds, 14.8 ounces, measuring 15.4 inches long. Information about her real height as per now has not yet been disclosed.
Leah Hope Gosselin Net Worth
Her net worth is estimated to be between $150k.
Leah Hope Gosselin Interview
Former Jon & Kate Plus 8 star Jon Gosselin wished his sextuplets a happy 15th birthday on Friday, alongside a new photo with children Hannah and Collin.
“Happy 15th Birthday Hannah, Collin, Alexis, Aaden, Joel and Leah!!!! Wow, I can’t believe you are 15!!!” Gosselin wrote, alongside the new photos with his son and daughter taken outside his doorstep. “Time is flying by!!! I love you all very much. I wish you the best day ever and I hope you enjoy your birthday celebrations today and this weekend!!! Love always, Dad.” The sextuplets’ mother, Gosselin’s ex-wife Kate Gosselin, also shared Instagram birthday wishes, alongside a photo of the children.
Our big celebration of #15 is finally winding down here! We celebrated ALL DAY LONG, beginning with a presentation at 6:30 am before school! I’m so very thankful for my ‘babies,'” Kate wrote. “Somehow they are 15 already?! I’m amazed by them each day! I’m so proud of the positive qualities I’ve seen developing as they edge closer to adulthood.”
Jon was awarded temporary sole legal and physical custody of Collin in December 2018, after Kate controversially checked him into an educational program for children with special needs. Collin is reportedly preparing to leave the program to live with Gosselin permanently and spent this past holiday season with his father. Hannah also lives with Gosselin. However, he remains estranged from the other children and the 18-year-old twin daughters he shares with Kate.
“He is not on any spectrum or special needs,” he replied. Since leaving the reality television landscape, Gosselin has started a DJing career and is dating longtime girlfriend Colleen Conrad. In December, he said he has no intention of ever returning to television because of his age.
“Even DJing, I’m just exhausted. I’m trying to wean my gigs out now. I’m like ‘Hey do you want my gigs?’ I’m like so tired. And I don’t care. Give me 10 percent, I’ll sell them to you,” the 41-year-old told InTouch Weekly. “I DJ’d for five years straight, I was full-time for a while and then went part-time — even doing IT. I’ve been working two full-time jobs for five years! Having Hannah. It’s insane.”
Gosselin still has some hope he can mend fences with his other children though. “[Leah, Alexis, Joel, and Aaden] aren’t talking to me, but they’re talking to Hannah. I don’t get involved now with what the kids … it’s what the kids want to do,” he told Us Weekly last year. “If they don’t want to talk to me, that’s fine, as long as they keep up with their sibling connections. Eventually, if they come around and they want to talk to me, that’s cool.”