Teresa Giudice is making the most of the last days of summer.
On August 30, the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star was spotted on Instagram flaunting her rock hard bikini body as she spent time with her girlfriends in Mantoloking, a borough in Ocean County, New Jersey.
The 48-year-old flaunted her fabulous figure in a tiny yellow string bikini, accessorized with aviator shades, big hoop earrings and gold bangles. The tanned reality star also left her raven locks long and loose.
The mom-of four hasn't been shy about admitting she's had plastic surgery to help her look her best. Earlier this year, she took to social media to talk about her most breast augmentation.
"10 Years after my first Breast Augmentation I decided to have my breasts re-done. I am so thankful for Dr. Preminger @premingermd.... I was very nervous to re-do my breasts, but I felt it was necessary for me to feel like my best self,' said the star in January.
'I encourage anyone who doesn’t feel their best self to work on feeling better," she continued. "Even if it is the smallest thing every day. If it is something that requires cosmetic surgery to feel better I highly recommend Dr. Preminger @premingermd, and could not be happier with the results. I felt like she understood me, and really made me feel comfortable. I am grateful to have had such a professional approach."
Looks Teresa is enjoying her time off while she can. RHONJ is set to resume filming new episodes after production was shut down in March due to coronavirus pandemic.
According to TMZ, the show's 11th season will heavily revolve around Teresa and her family’s drama including her estranged husband Joe Giudice's deportation to Italy and co-parenting their four daughters Gia, 19, Gabriella, 16, Milania, 15 and Audriana 11.
Teresa, who served 15 months in a federal prison for engaging in bank, mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud, will be filming the reality series along with co-stars Melissa Gorga, Dolores Catania, Jacqueline Goldschneider, Margaret Josephs and Jennifer Aydin.
The fact that the show is starting up again has raised some eyebrows as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the Garden State. Nonetheless, the outlet reports that the Jersey cast and crew will go through extra safety precautions including daily temp checks, social distancing and many scenes filmed outdoors. Crew members will reportedly be required to wear masks, but the cast members will not be forced to do so.