We hope everything is OK! Teresa Giudice had to leave BravoCon early on Saturday, November 16, to take her father, Giacinto Gorga, to the hospital. “Sorry, BravoCon fans. I had to leave. My dad doesn’t feel well. I’m taking him to the hospital,” the 47-year-old told her Instagram followers in a video with an ambulance in the background.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey starlet hasn’t revealed what’s going on with her father just yet, but the 76-year-old was just in Italy with Teresa and her four daughters — Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 10, whom she shares with her husband, Joe Giudice. During their time abroad, it looked like Joe, 47, and Giacinto were having a blast together since the businessman posted a few photos of them drinking together. “Salute,” Joe captioned one snap, which translates to “cheers” in English. But in several videos, Giacinto appeared to be wearing an oxygen mask while he danced and sat at a restaurant.
Giacinto has struggled with health issues in the past year. In October 2018, he went to the hospital twice in one week due to pneumonia and after that, he suffered from a hematoma in his stomach. “It’s so complicated. It’s very exhausting,” she told The Daily Dish about her dad’s health at the time. “It’s like between him and me, we can’t catch a break.”
Despite taking care of her father, it seems like Teresa is in a better place with her husband ever since he was deported to Italy in October. “I was so happy. I was happy he was free. I was happy. My daughters were so happy. It was just very, very, very emotional,” she exclusively told In Touch at BravoCon about how she felt after she saw Joe for the first time he was released from ICE custody.
It seems like the brunette beauty is also digging her husband’s new body. “He worked out the whole time while he was away, like twice a day. Yeah, no, that’s what he loves to do. He’s going to keep working out. If anything, he’s not working out as much as he was working out. In there, that’s all you do,” she explained.
After Joe served a 41-month prison sentence in jail, he was transferred to ICE custody since he is not an American citizen. In October, a judge granted his request to return to Italy — where he was born — so he could wait for the results of his deportation appeal.
So, will Teresa and Joe stay together? Only time will tell. We just hope Giacinto gets better soon.
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