JON and Kate Gosselin’s daughter Mady is doing her best to stay in good spirits despite her face swelling after undergoing dental surgery last week.
The 19-year-old has already been dealing with a lot lately and recently revealed she “cries at least once per day.”
The Kate Plus 8 alum posted in late June that she was about to get some of her teeth removed.
Mady announced: “I’m getting my wisdom teeth out tomorrow so if i say something on here, pretend i didn’t.”
The following day, she realized it would be harder than she thought to have to eat soft, easy-to-consume foods.
The Syracuse University student said: “I just realized that all of my favorite foods are things you don’t have to chew. What does that say about me?”
A few days later, she was still recovering from her teeth removal surgery and shared a selfie of her swollen mouth and cheeks.
She had a bag of what appeared to be frozen goods resting on her face in order to ice it and threw up a peace sign to show she’s staying positive.
Along with the snapshot, she wrote in the caption: “Lookin good, feelin good & lacking all of my most astute teeth now, apparently.”
This cheerful outlook comes shortly after Mady, who is currently isolating at home with her mom Kate, after being sent home from school amid the coronavirus pandemic, told fans she cries often.
Her parents, Jon and Kate, got a divorce in 2009, after two decades of marriage, and they’ve been fighting over their divorce and eight kids ever since.
Mady recently asked her social media followers: “Why do people think saying, ‘i can’t even remember the last time i cried’ is like a bragging chip?”
The Kate Plus 8 alum then revealed: “I cry at least once per day on a good day & i’ve cried 3 times today already.”
It’s often because of online videos, not necessarily because she has “a sad life,” that the tears start to fall.
She explained: “Like it’s just a normal day for me to cry once in the morning about dogs in costumes & once in the evening about a spontaneous lesbian wedding on tiktok.”
During her time in isolation, she’s been passing the time not just watching TikTok videos but also creating them with her mother.
Mady’s also been posting selfies and call-to-actions for her followers, asking them to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, her dad Jon, 42, is currently writing a memoir about his and Kate’s nasty divorce and custody war but is holding off on finishing it until the legal issues are more resolved.
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