In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Collin Gosselin revealed how his involvement in TLC's Reality-TV series "Jon & Kate Plus 8" affected his relationship with his family.

Collin is one of the Gosselin sextuplets which also includes Hannah, Aaden, Joel, Leah and Alexis. He and his siblings starred in "Jon & Kate Plus 8" which followed the family's routines in southern Pennsylvania, airing from 2007 to 2009. Following Jon and Kate Gosselin's divorce in 2009, the series was rebranded as "Kate Plus 8" in 2011. The show was put on hold and came back following a hiatus, officially ending in 2017.

"I have not spoken with my siblings in probably five or six years now," Collin told Entertainment Weekly. "It's tough."

Collin and his sextuplet siblings are all currently 18 years old. His twin sisters, Cara and Madelyn, are 22.

"I would love for us to come together one day, have dinner together, talk, just have a relationship and catch up on the things that we lost, the time that we lost," he said.

Collin has said that after being institutionalized in 2016 and moving in with his father, his relationship with his mother ended.

"After being there, I didn't have a relationship with her," Collin said in a Nov. 23 interview. Even before [being] there, I don't think we had much of a relationship and I think that just kept tearing it even more down."

"It's unfortunate that we didn't have a relationship," he continued. "I think every son wants to have a relationship with their mom. But I'm doing very well."

He says being a part of a Reality-TV series affected his family's relationships.

"I want to believe it was because of TV and what being in the public eye does to a family," he told ET. "I think it tore us apart. It gave us less time to actually be together as a family, [and] more time to be in the public eye."

Collin has said that he hasn't reached out to his sibling, besides Hannah, whom he lives with at his father Jon's house. Cara and Madelyn have since moved out and are in college. His four other siblings, Aaden, Joel, Leah and Alexis, live with his mother, Kate.

Hannah said of moving in with her father, "It was a difficult decision leaving my siblings. I did not want to be separated from them or even, like, live in a different household than them. But I just feel like there was unfair treatment in my mom's house and I just wanted to live with my dad."

While Hannah says that all her siblings wished her happy birthday in May, Collin said he and his siblings haven't reached out to each other in years.

"I haven't reached out to them, they haven't reached out to me," he said. "I want to respect their space and their time and respect how they feel about everything, so I'm kind of just waiting for the day that they reach out. I don't want to reach out. I don't want to invade their space. I'd rather just let them do it on their own terms."

"I love my siblings. I would be willing to put my parents aside and I have. In my eyes, it's me and my siblings. I love them to death." Collin said.

Looking forward, Collin says he is open to having a relationship with his mother and siblings. "I would just like to see all of them... I hope they're doing well. I hope they're living the lives that they want and that they're happy," he said.

He says he is interested in being in the military and pursuing acting after graduating high school.

"I'm looking at the Marine Corps. I've always wanted to be a Marine, so I think that's the next step. I think college is definitely an option, but I'm actually interested in acting as well, so maybe that down the road."