Kate Gosselin Dating Her Bodyguard Steve Neild? `Kate Plus Eight’ Star’s Affair Concealed By TLC?


Kate Gosselin Dating Her Bodyguard Steve Neild? `Kate Plus Eight' Star's Affair Concealed By TLC?
Kate Gosselin Dating Her Bodyguard Steve Neild? `Kate Plus Eight' Star's Affair Concealed By TLC?

Kate Gosselin is allegedly dating her bodyguard, Steve Neild, said a report from Radar Online .

The “Kate Plus Eight” star’s affair was allegedly concealed by TLC, the network that has been airing the reality shows that shot Kate Gosselin and her family to stardom.

A source revealed to The National Enquirer  that there were incriminating photos of Kate Gosselin dating her silver-haired security personnel.

The images were said to have been taken while the reality star and her bodyguard were in Mexico.

TLC eventually paid for the images to keep the affair under wraps.

“A paparazzi who followed them took the incriminating photos.

And then TLC paid out big bucks to take them off the market,” a source revealed.

Coincidentally, the report about Kate Gosselin dating her bodyguard came out after she herself said that her kids have been encouraging her to look for a boyfriend.

“I would love to date…I would love for the kids to have that male role model,” Kate Gosselin said, reported by In Touch Weekly .

“They are encouraging me more and more.

I just don’t have a lot of time to be out there…

searching for someone.” “I don’t know if I believe in marriage…I wish it would have worked for me,” she added, referring to her marriage with ex-husband Jon Gosselin.

The two share eight children: twins Cara and Mady, 14, and 10-year-old sextuplets, Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah, and Joel.

Radar Online  also recently reported how the single mom tries to ignore haters and instead focus on her family.

“To a degree, I try not to let it get to me.

I ignore a lot of it because I’m busy,” Kate Gosselin said.

“To this handful of people who decided to devote their lives to hating me: I feel bad for them.

I mean, what a sorry, sad life to try to take down another individual – like, do you really think you have an effect on my life? You don’t.” “You’ve never met me.

You’ve seen me on TV but you don’t see the whole thing [so] you don’t know the whole thing,” she added.

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