“It’s very, very hard. You see, she puts up a good, strong front — she has to,” Gorga, 39, told the outlet. “She has to raise her children by herself, so she has to be strong. She can’t be weak. You know, you see this tough girl [on TV] all the time, but she’s weak.
“She’s got to keep herself busy,” he said. “She’s constantly going out because when she’s home, she has no one to hold. No one’s around. [Her] kids, they’re in their activities and they want to be with their friends. You know, she’s a mess.”
As for the Giudices’ daughters, Gia, 18, Gabriella, 14, Milania, 13, and Audriana, 9? They hope to visit their father in his native country if he is, in fact, deported. “That will be their vacation. I’m sure of that,” he said.
“Gia’s going to college next year; I haven’t spoken to Milania or Audriana about it, we haven’t gotten there yet and Gabriella already voiced her opinion to me,” Teresa told Andy Cohen at the RHONJ reunion. “She was like, ‘That would be so hard for me, mommy.’ She doesn’t speak the language. She’s like, ‘That would kill me even more.’”
The Bravolebrity then assumed her man would have a wandering eye. “You know, I want somebody with me every day. I know exactly what happens. You know, I’m sure he’ll be with other women. It happens. We do the long-distance thing; it’s not going to work. I’d be like, ‘Bye-bye.’”