JON Gosselin recently took a trip down memory lane, when he revealed he stopped by the first reality home once shared with ex Kate & their eight kids.
“I actually rang their doorbell and nobody was home,” Jon, 44, told HollywoodLife.
Jon and now ex-wife Kate Gosselin, 46, shared the Pennsylvania abode in a happier time.
The former couple had a messy split after 10 years of marriage in 2010.
The current DJ and Amazon employee noted the changes that have not only happened in his own life, but to his former house as well: “They changed the shutters. They put up a thing on the end of the fence and they have a dog. The tree in the front yard got really big!
“But it’s been 15 years since I lived there. It was interesting. That’s where it all started completely — Season 1.”
There have been many changes since Jon and Kate cohabitated.
The two gained stardom on their popular reality show, which documented their lives as they raised twins Mady and Cara along with sextuplets Aiden, Collin, Joel, Alexis, Hannah and Leah.
While the younger siblings are all now 17, the twins turned 21 on October 8, and Mady celebrated with her college friends while wearing a little black dress.
The sophomore posted a TikTok video of the festivities where she wore a Happy Birthday headpiece and a black cocktail dress and stockings.
Mady has been distancing herself from her famous family while away at college amid her parent’s decades-long custody battle.
Jon currently has custody of Collin and Hannah while their siblings live with their mother.
Meanwhile, Mady and sister Cara are living the college life in New York City.
A source revealed: “Kate picked up and moved the kids down to North Carolina to spend their junior and senior years there with a totally new life.”
As for Jon, the estranged father is now a full-time employee at Amazon, and he routinely finds himself driving by that first home, and its memories.
He told the outlet: “I pass it on the highway 100 times with Amazon.
“I travel that highway a lot. I was actually down one road that connects so I said, ‘I’m just going to stop. Why not?’ Who cares? I’m just a normal person now.”
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