Teresa Giudice broke her silence for the first time after visiting her husband, Joe, in Italy. During her trip abroad, Teresa discovered something significant about herself, according to a People report.
“I’ve learned — I have powers I never knew I had. I’m unbreakable,” said the Standing Strong author on Good Morning America.
This morning, the 47-year-old sat down with GMA to discuss their meeting publicly for the first time. She explained how much the reunion meant to their children. The estranged couple shares daughters Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 10. Their recent time together overseas was the first time the whole family had been together outside of prison in four years.
“I was overjoyed seeing my daughters, seeing how happy they were seeing their dad. This trip was all about focusing on our daughters. It really wasn’t about us,” Teresa said.
Although the trip went well for their children, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is not sure about the future of their relationship. She did, however, say that Joe will always hold a special place in her heart no matter what happens.
“Imagine he lived in Italy and I lived here like I don’t know if that’s a feasible relationship,” she said.
Because of the distance, among other things, they are taking things one day at a time.
The entire family enjoyed a great trip, US Weekly reported. The couple’s daughters, as well as Joe, posted several different images of the family together throughout their time together in Italy. They had the best trip ever, according to Teresa. However, when the tour ended, Joe reportedly cried for a whole day because he missed his daughters so much.
Last month, Joe, who is not a U.S. citizen, flew to Europe, where he awaits news of his third and final appeal to be admitted back into the United States.
Previously, Teresa admitted that if Joe loses his appeal to live in the U.S., she would have to divorce him despite their 20-year marriage. On Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, she noted that she wants a relationship where she can wake up with a person every single day. Plus, she has doubts that Joe would remain faithful during a long-distance situation, and for her, that is a deal-breaker. For his part, Joe agreed with his wife that he wouldn’t pick up the family and move them to Italy should he not be allowed to return to the U.S.