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Kate Gosselin Flaunts Bikini Body & Spars With Daughter Mady

Kate Gosselin and her brood headed to South Florida on Tuesday's fourth season premiere of Kate Plus 8, where the reality TV star showed off her sleek bikini body.

Last season, viewers saw Kate battle the then-10-year-olds Collin, Aaden, Hannah, Joel, Alexis, and Leah as she packed their bags on their trip to Maine, and on the premiere Tuesday, the now 11-year-old sextuplets packed their clothes for the very first time.

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Alexis had the most difficult time packing, while Mady, 15, pressured her to branch out in terms of her clothing.

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"She wears the same clothes just over and over again … like in schedule," Cara, 15, said in a disparaging tone, while Maddie asked, "Alexis, you're only bringing two pairs of shoes?"

Mady was successful in getting Alexis to try on a cute white embroidered jacket, to which Alexis responded, "I look ugly!"

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When they finally arrived at the beach, Kate showed off her bikini body as the kids ran to the water. (This season, Gosselin will be seen dipping her toes into the dating pool, as well as the ocean: She's been linked to millionaire Jeff Prescott as well as her bodyguard Steve Neild who was cut from footage in Season 3.)

Gosselin wasn't the only one who is doing some flirting this season: Mady and Cara were spotted flirting with boys on the beach in this episode; always with some snark, Gosselin said that Mady "doesn't know what she's doing."

Later, we saw Kate's ultra-competitive side, when she and the kids visit a recreational "escape room."

This was, according to Kate, an attempt to bring the family together as a team, and work together as a team, but of course the two alpha females in the group ended up taking over and battling each other a bit, as Mady and Kate both accused each other of trying to take over.

Although Jon Gosselin is rarely spoken of  on camera, Kate chose to cook Korean barbecue for dinner. She explained that their Korean heritage is important, and used the meal as a means to celebrate it.



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