Kate Gosselin celebrates all 8 kids being done with braces

That’s a lot of orthodontia!

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By Samantha Kubota

The Gosselin kids are no longer rocking the brace-face look!

Kate Gosselin, of "Jon & Kate Plus 8” fame, posted a photo of Aaden, one of the 16-year-old sextuplets, with his recently liberated pearly whites.

"Braces are a thing of the past in this house! FINALLY! Yay us," she captioned the shot.

In the second picture, Aaden is holding a homemade cake with a cartoon, brace-free face on it and there are bowls of candy on the counter that would’ve been verboten while he was still in braces.

It appears all of the Gosselin children are done with that awkward braces phase of life.

Aaden, Joel, Alexis and Leah all live with Kate, while Collin and Hannah live with their dad, Jon Gosselin. Recent photos of Collin and Hannah show them with straight, brace-free teeth as well.

The Gosselin family celebrated the sextuplets' 5th birthday together in 2009.AP

Jon and Kate divorced 11 years ago, after a decade of marriage and several public disagreements about allowing their children to remain reality TV stars — he was against the idea.

“Jon & Kate Plus 8” went on hiatus when the couple parted ways, only to return as “Kate Plus 8” the following year. That series ended in 2017, but the mom returned once more in “Kate Plus Date” last year.

In a podcast earlier this year, Jon said they’re letting the kids decide which parent to live with.

"What my attorneys and (Kate’s) decided is custody is left up to my children,” he said on the First Class Fatherhood podcast. “So, if they decide to go live with mom or they decide to live with dad, it's up to them."

The Gosselins' oldest twins, Mady and Cara, are college-aged but seem to get along with their mom. The two appeared in "Kate Plus Date," their mom's 2019 spinoff show about finding love — even interviewing potential stepdads about their cargo pants-wearing habits.

"No shade to anyone who wears cargo pants, but no stepfather of mine will be in cargo pants," Mady said in an episode that aired in July 2019.

Ree Hines contributed.