They had a blast! Teresa Giudice and at least two of her daughters looked like they had a great time enjoying Halloween this year, even amid the drama of husband Joe Giudice’s deportation woes and move to Italy. She shared photos from the holiday on Instagram, and it seems like the family is doing OK, even though Teresa, 47, admitted during the “Joe and Teresa: Unlocked” special that she doesn’t see their marriage “working” if they have to live apart.
“HaPpY HaLloWeEN! Be safe tonight!” the Real Housewives of New Jersey star captioned a photo she shared of one of her daughters, Audriana, dressed up for Halloween with her friends. The girls were all outfitted in New York Giants uniforms and were all smiles in the shot.
Teresa also shared photos from Audriana’s Halloween parade at school on her Instagram Story, and in those pictures, her youngest was dressed as a devil. “Hi, Audriana, look at me!” she said as her daughter passed by where she was standing. “Oh you’re too cool now, right, OK,” she joked.
The reality star posted photos of her daughter Milania all dressed up for the occasion, too. Honestly, it seems like they’re all doing the best that they can in the face of a tough situation with Joe.
If her husband is ultimately deported, Teresa told Andy Cohen during the aforementioned TV special that she’s not certain their relationship will last. She confirmed her daughters are aware of what’s going on and said, “I think they get it. I don’t think they want to see it happen, obviously. But I think they understand because the way I explained it to them. How are we going to live apart? I don’t think, like, 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.”
Joe seemed to agree but added, “She’s my wife and I’ve been with her for a long time. Known her since she was a kid. Baby, actually. So of course, I’ll always love her. No matter what happens, I’ll always love her.” Hey, at least the whole family has a trip to Italy in a few weeks to look forward to in the midst of the uncertainty.
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