A tell-all book continues to cause trouble for Kate Gosselin. The latest reports claim the mother of eight makes some pretty mighty demands when traveling.
Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled The World, written by Robert Hoffman, explains the former reality television star had a long list of demands for the network while recently promoting a special episode she and her eight children filmed.
Claiming he had access to Gosselin’s “email communications,” Hoffman says he found “numerous examples of her disdain for others.”
Radar Online reports he wrote, “Not many people do ‘rude’ quite as well as Kate does. Kate had some very specific demands for accommodations and meals while traveling. These are some particular stipulations she submitted to Wendy Douglas from Discovery for their stay at the Essex House in New York City.
“Kate told Wendy they had security concerns and layout concerns at other hotels, but in the ‘spirit or partnership’ they were willing to do the Essex House again as long as her stipulations were met.”
Gosselin’s list of supposed demands leaves nothing out. Here’s a look at what she is said to have requested for just one evening’s meal. Hoffman writes, “Wednesday dinner: Kobe beef tips cooked medium to medium well; steamed broccoli; mashed potatoes; French fries; organic blueberries; and vanilla ice cream. Kate asked that a mixed green/grilled chicken salad option be provided for the adults. She listed these ingredients to be used in the salad: grilled chicken, cucumber, tomato, sliced strawberries or pears, feta cheese crumbles, pecans and a balsamic vinaigrette dressing.”
We can’t argue that isn’t a very detailed list, but would you really expect anything less from master-of-scheduling Kate Gosselin? Her type-A ways aren’t exactly a secret.
Besides, you have to admit traveling with eight kids must have its challenges. Perhaps Hoffman is making too much out of her preference for being organized?