Breaking News

Teresa Giudice trying to stay strong for daughters after Joe’s deportation ruling

Loading...
Loading...

Teresa Giudice knows she has to stay strong for her four daughters while her husband Joe faces deportation to Italy.

“I mean they do know what’s going on. The three oldest. The baby doesn’t know what’s going on,” the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star told Page Six in a recent interview.

“We did talk about it and it’s [a] difficult time for us to be going through this and we’re just hopeful for the best and we’re staying positive and that’s what I tell my girls. Like it’s in God’s hands and hopefully everything will work out.”

She continued, “I try to be positive. I don’t want them to be scared…I don’t want them to be worried about anything. That’s what Mommy’s here for. That’s the unfortunate part. Us adults can handle anything, the children are the ones that suffer.”

Co-star Dolores Catania added, “She never panics and she always stays strong for her family.”

“I live for them,” Teresa explained. “They’re my life.”

Page Six reported last month that Immigration Judge John Ellington ordered Joe, 46, to be deported to Italy following the end of his 41-month prison sentence. Joe was given 30 days to file an appeal.

Their daughter Gia, 17, posted on social media that she wanted to fight the ruling shortly after the news broke, and her sister Milania, 12, echoed her sentiments. Teresa, 46, told us that Gabriella, 14, likes to keep her privacy, and Audriana, 9, is too young to know what’s going on.

Their sister-in-law Melissa Gorga previously told us that “everybody’s just praying and hoping that [the ruling] turns around.”

His case updates were not filmed for the upcoming season of “RHONJ,” which premieres on Bravo Nov. 7 at 9 p.m.

https://www.geezgo.com/sps/45683


Join Geezgo for free. Use Geezgo's end-to-end encrypted Chat with your Closenets (friends, relatives, colleague etc) in personalized ways.>>

Loading...

No comments

Loading...