15 Celebrity Moms Who Put Their Kids On Reality Television

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Rachel Zoe will feature Skylar on the upcoming season of 'The Rachel Zoe Project.'

Featuring children on reality television has always been a hot button issue, and celebrities are big violators of this epidemic. The latest celebrity mom to add to the list is Rachel Zoe who will feature her baby boy Skylar on the upcoming fourth season of The Rachel Zoe Project.

Along with Zoe, many women have come before her including Bethenny Frankel, Sharon Osbourne, Kourtney Kardashian, and Tori Spelling.

Below, check out the other celebrity moms who more or less forced their children to be on reality television. Because let’s be real. None of these kids had a choice in the matter – except for Jack and Kelly Osbourne.

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  • Kim Zolciak 1 of 15
    Kim Zolciak
    Kim is shopping around a reality show based on her and her family life.
  • Sharon Osbourne 2 of 15
    Sharon Osbourne
    'The Osbournes' was one of the first reality shows to hit television in 2002.
  • Dina Lohan 3 of 15
    Dina Lohan
    Dina tried to have a reality show on E! Do you even remember it? "Living Lohan."
  • Fantasia 4 of 15
    Fantasia
  • Amber Portwood 5 of 15
    Amber Portwood
    Amber's daughter, Leah, will be traumatized by the time she becomes old enough to watch 'Teen Mom.'
  • Kate Gosselin 6 of 15
    Kate Gosselin
  • Tori Spelling 7 of 15
    Tori Spelling
  • Janelle 8 of 15
    Janelle
    Janelle is one of many cast members of MTV's 'Teen Mom' series.
  • Bethenny Frankel 9 of 15
    Bethenny Frankel
  • Kourtney Kardashian 10 of 15
    Kourtney Kardashian
  • Kendra Wilkinson 11 of 15
    Kendra Wilkinson
  • Rachel Zoe 12 of 15
    Rachel Zoe
    Rachel Zoe will feature her baby Skylar on the fourth season of 'The Rachel Zoe Project.'
  • Teresa Giudice 13 of 15
    Teresa Giudice
    Teresa keeps popping them out and shoving them in front of the camera.
  • Denise Richards 14 of 15
    Denise Richards
  • Jacqueline Laurita 15 of 15
    Jacqueline Laurita
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[Photos via PR Photos/Pacific Coast News.]

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