Teresa Giudice’s husband, Joe Giudice, is opening up about his possible deportation and admitting that the couple’s four children know all about his and Teresa’s prison sentences.
Joe Giudice got candid about his looming 41-month stint behind bars — which is set to begin later this month — in a candid new interview with Entertainment Tonight, where he revealed that the chances of him being deported back to his native country, Italy, is a very real possibility.
“Anything can happen … There is nothing in life that is certain,” Giudice admitted when quizzed about the possibility of him being deported following his more than three year prison sentence, confessing that he and Teresa “will deal with that when I get out.”
Giudice also made the surprising confession that his and Teresa four daughters, Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana all know about his and Teresa’s time behind bars, despite Giudice previously revealing that she was doing all she could to protect her daughters from the details of their legal issues.
“They go on computers, they know everything,” Joe confessed to Entertainment Tonight, confirming that the Giudice girls all know that Joe will be behind bars for more than three years. “I mean my daughter Milania tells me, ‘You’re going away for a lot more months than mommy,’ ” Giudice admitted to the site.
The Giudice’s most recent prison confession comes just weeks after it was confirmed that Teresa will be returning for Season 7 of the show that made her a household name, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, where Giudice spilled major spoilers on what fans can expect from coming episodes.
“Everyone’s going to really love this season,” Teresa confessed to Bravo’s The Daily Dish of Season 7 of the reality series, which, while it currently has no official premiere date, is expected to debut on Bravo later this year.
“You’re going to have women that support each other, that lift each other up,” Teresa continued of the show’s upcoming seventh season — which she is currently shooting. “I think that’s what life’s all about. I think we should all do that,” she confessed.
Giudice also revealed that one of the people lifting her up since she was released from her almost 12-month sentence at Danbury Correctional Facility in December, 2015, was her The Real Housewives of New Jersey co-star Jacqueline Laurita, who Teresa has had some serious battles with in past seasons of the reality show.
“It’s been great — you’re going to have to see how that plays out. But she’s been supporting me, which I think is great,” Teresa told the site of Laurita, “She always has and I want to do the same with her.”
Giudice also got candid about where he relationship stands with her other sometimes friend sometimes enemy from the series, her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga.
“Well, Melissa’s my family. I’m always going to love her no matter what,” Giudice said of her sister-in-law earlier this month, who is also confirmed to be returning to the series for her fourth straight season. “Family could never do any wrong,” Giudice added.
But while Teresa is spilling the beans about the upcoming seventh season of the popular Bravo series, it turns out the Giudice family don’t expect themselves to still be inviting the cameras into their lives when Joe returns from prison.
When asked where he sees himself and his family in five years time, Joe Giudice told Entertainment Tonight earlier this week that he expects himself to be “home, where the gates are closed” with “no cameras.”
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