Jon Gosselin channels his inner child

So unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Jon Gosselin has a new girlfriend – and she’s the daughter of the plastic surgeon who so generously performed Kate’s tummy tuck for free.

You have to wonder what Hailey Glassman’s parents think when they see videos like the one below of their 22-year-old daughter (yep, that’s right – she’s a whole year younger than Deanna Hummel) frolicking in the park with the separated, 32-year-old father of eight.

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Or what they think when they read her quotes in magazines such as People, which evidently will feature more from Hailey in this week’s issue. The magazine offered a preview of what Hailey has to say online, which includes her insistence that her parents – who reportedly are still friends with Kate (can you say awkward?) – approve of the relationship.

“They love him,” Hailey tells People. “They think of him as part of the family. They think things happen for a reason.”

Young Hailey – whose scandalous Facebook photos have been making the rounds (she must have some great friends to sell her out like that and allege that she’s bisexual) – admits that she is just as surprised about her romance with Jon as anyone.

“If you had told me a few months ago, I wouldn’t have believed you,” she says, adding that she only developed romantic feelings for Jon when he was staying with her parents in May recovering from the breakdown of his marriage.

“He was so strong,” she says. “I admired him.”

One of the reasons Jon is obviously drawn to Hailey is her youth (and likely immaturity).

“We’re always laughing and joking,” says Hailey. “We watch movies, play pool and ping pong. We laugh a lot because I beat him at everything.”

I can’t imagine Kate relaxing and enjoy doing any of those things, honestly. Which makes me feel sad for her. Kate, I mean. Not Hailey.

But I’ll bet the biggest thing Jon likes about Hailey is pretty simple:

“I’m a huge believer in not controlling someone,” she says. “I’ll give my opinion but tell him to do what he wants to do. He said, ‘I’m just not used to having an option.’ I told him life is about options.”

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