Uh oh! As Teresa Giudice and her daughters — Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14 and Audriana, 10 — made their way to Italy to visit their father, Joe Giudice, amid his deportation case, Gia almost lost an important travel essential: her passport.

“They couldn’t find Gia’s passport last night. She was having a little mini panic attack and it was crazy,” Real Housewives of New Jersey castmate Jennifer Aydin told Us Weekly with Dolores Catania on Wednesday, November 6. “G ended up having it, so crisis averted. She has so much on her mind.”

She also shared that Teresa, 47, was a bundle of nerves as she made the trek to see her husband after admitting that she doesn’t “see it working” in an interview with Andy Cohen on “Joe and Teresa Unlocked.” The estranged couple discussed next steps if Joe can’t return to America. “I don’t think that he would be faithful. I don’t. I think he would have someone there and have me here. I don’t want to live that life. I just don’t,” Teresa said.

Teresa Giudice Mini Panic Attack Gia Couldn't Find Passport Ahead Italy Trip
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“As far as Teresa, her anxiety is how — not knowing how she’s going to feel when she sees him,” Dolores expressed to Us. “You don’t know. Even on this trip, her and I agree, this isn’t the trip to really know if the romance is there.”

Their years apart and conversations through prison glass put a damper on their relationship, Dolores explained. She added that they will start over as if they met for the first time.

The Giudice family finally reunited in Italy on Thursday, November 7. Gia shared the emotional moment on Instagram, writing, “We’re back,” with a heart emoji. Joe and his girls were all smiles as they embraced each other in the touching selfie.

Family and friends were thrilled to see the fam together again. “YES! 🙏 Love you,” commented Teresa’s brother, Joe Gorga, while Dolores wrote, “Love it.” Teresa has yet to post on social media or comment on the joyous occasion. Hopefully now that their family is back together, Teresa can rest easy.

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