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Jon Gosselin Reconciles With Kate's Estranged Brother!

Oct. 26 2009, Published 9:45 a.m. ET

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Nasty divorces do make friends out of the most unlikely of enemies. Saturday, Jon Gosselin invited his estranged wife Kate's estranged brother and sister-in-law, Kevin and Jodi Kreider, to his home!

With Jon on parenting duty at the Gosselin's PA home and Kate in Los Angeles for a public appearance Monday night, Jon met the Krieiders with warm hugs when they arrived at the house.

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In a series of exclusive blockbuster interviews earlier this year, the Kreiders blasted Jon and Kate for their "sham" marriage which they said was all for the show. This was months before the Gosselins announced they were divorcing, a decision that ultimately led to the demise of their TLC show, Jon & Kate Plus 8.

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In one particularly heated exchange involving Jon and his in-laws, after Jodi commented that the kids were "overworked" and shouldn't be forced to do their show, Jon shot back that the Kreiders didn't know what they were talking about.

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"They don't even know where we live," Jon told while insisting his kids loved working on the show.

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Kate later told Meredith Viera on Today that her brother going public about her marriage had been one of the saddest parts of the entire ordeal.

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We can only imagine what Kate is thinking about the new alliance between Jon and Kevin. Could Jon be somehow hoping to use them against Kate in their financial battle?



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