Teresa Giudice Reacts to Husband Joe Leaving the USA for Italy

Joe Giudice Gets Phone Call with Teresa Before Flying Back to Italy

Joe Giudice Gets Phone Call with Teresa Before Flying Back to Italy

It's quite the bittersweet taste of freedom for the Real Housewives of New Jersey star, who must now leave his family behind while he figures things out in Italy.

Joe Giudice is off to Italy after being released from ICE but his wife, Teresa is yet to decide where their marriage is going considering the chances of him returning to the USA are pretty slim.

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Just moments, ago, Gia took to her Instagram Stories on October 12 to share the first picture of Joe in years as a "free" man. "See you soon." / (c) Instagram/Gia GiudiceAwww... It's likely he was talking to his daughter following his arrival to Italy.

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The time has finally come - Gia Giudice, 18, and her little sister Milania, 14, had to say goodbye to their dad Joe, 47, as he sadly left for Rome, Italy on October 11.

Joe's daughter Gia posted a sweet - but sad - pic of the pair on social media as Joe was on his way to the airport outside Washington, D.C. on Friday afternoon, in order to get on the flight to go to Rome.

"[Teresa] will definitely allow her daughters to visit Joe in Italy, but she's not sure if that is a trip she'll be joining them anytime soon", the insider explained. Teresa's still holding onto resentment towards Joe for putting their family in this position and she does not know how she plans on moving forward with him.

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