Teresa Giudice is having a tough time making holiday plans. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star, 47, confessed during an interview with Us Weekly on Friday, December 13 that she and her family are still unsure about their holiday plans.
“I don’t know yet,” the Bravo star admitted at the iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball concert at Madison Square Garden. “We’re still deciding. We have a lot going on.”
The RHONJ star seemingly has had a change of heart since speaking to Us in November 2019. During an interview, Teresa revealed that her four daughters were planning on visiting their father Joe Giudice in Italy for the holidays.
“I encourage the kids because I have work and stuff so, but whenever the kids want to go, I have no problem sending them, but they have school also,” the reality star told the media outlet.
The Bravo star even told People that it would be great for her daughters to visit Joe, 47, for the holidays.
On November 21, Joe excitingly announced on Instagram that his daughters would be visiting him in Italy for Christmas. “Can’t wait till my girls come back to show them, Salerno, during Christmas,” the RHONJ husband captioned a video of his new hometown of Salerno decorated in lights. “Look how pretty girls. Wish you girls were here, I love you. All of you,” the proud father could be heard saying in the background.
This came after the family reunited for the first time since Joe was released from ICE custody on November 6. Although Joe lived in the United States since he was an infant, he never obtained an American citizenship and live in the country on a green card even after marrying Teresa in 1999.
The former reality star was deported to Italy on October 11 after spending seven months in ICE custody following a 36-month prison sentence for conspiracy to commit wire and bankruptcy fraud. His stay in prison came after Teresa finished 11 months of a 15-month prison sentence for fraud. The judge assigned to the case allowed the parents to serve their sentences separately so that their children would have at least one parent in the home.
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