Teresa Guidice may be caught up in a messy cheating scandal due to shocking allegations made by Kim DePaola, but on Instagram, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is ignoring the rumors and focusing on her family.
Following an Us Weekly cover story, which spoke of her alleged cheating, the reality star and mother of four took to Instagram and shared a sweet photo of two of her daughters making slime in their kitchen.
“Milania & Audriana making slime oh what fun and what a mess it makes,” Teresa Giudice wrote in the caption of the photo.
Teresa Giudice shares four daughters with her husband, Joe Giudice, who is currently serving a 41-month prison sentence at the Fort Dix Correctional Facility in New Jersey for charges of bank and wire fraud. As fans will recall, Teresa Giudice was also charged with the crimes and served 11 months behind bars at the Danbury Correctional Institution in Connecticut in 2015.
Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice have been married for the past 17 years and have chronicled tons of their special moments with one another on The Real Housewives of New Jersey. The couple joined the hit Bravo reality series during its first season in 2009.
In addition to her photo of her daughters in her kitchen, Teresa Giudice also recently shared a photo of Audriana posing in a bathing suit while enjoying a lake.
Teresa Giudice has been caring for her four children as a single parent since Joe Giudice began serving his 41-month prison sentence in March of last year. Meanwhile, rumors have been swirling regarding another man in her life.
Weeks ago, a source told Life & Style magazine that Teresa Giudice had been spending time with a mystery man for months. A while later, Kim DePaola spoke to Us Weekly magazine and suggested her longtime co-star had been cozy with a mystery man for a few months.
Teresa Giudice and her co-stars, including Melissa Gorga, Dolores Catania, Siggy Flicker, and Danielle Staub, are expected to return to Bravo TV for The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 8 later this year.
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