Teresa and Joe Giudice have reunited in Italy!
On Thursday, the couple’s daughter Gia shared a family photo, writing, “We’re back.”
Along with Gia, her sisters Gabriella, 15, Milania, 13, and Audriana, 10, also made the trip to see their dad.
On Wednesday, Gia documented their trip to Italy on her Instagram Story. Along with a pit stop in Milan, Gia wrote, “see you so soon, daddy.”
Joe also posted the photo on his Instagram Story.
The reunion will be documented for a “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” special on Bravo.
According to Teresa’s co-stars Jennifer Aydin and Dolores Catania, Teresa experienced some anxiety before the trip. Aydin told Us Weekly, “She was telling me some crisis that they couldn’t find Gia’s passport last night. She was having a little mini panic attack and it was crazy. G ended up having it, so crisis averted. She has so much on her mind.”
Catania added, “As far as Teresa, her anxiety is how — not knowing how she’s going to feel when she sees him. You don’t know. Even on this trip, her and I agree, this isn’t the trip to really know if the romance is there.”
Days ago, “Extra” caught up with Teresa’s brother Joe and sister-in-law Melissa, who noted that they will not be traveling to Italy for the family reunion. Joe explained, “We’re gonna let the kids and parents enjoy their time as a family.” Melissa added, “That’s an intimate time.”
The trip to Italy comes over a week after Teresa and Joe sat down for their intense interview with Andy Cohen. Teresa shared, “I’m waiting until I get there to see if I feel differently. I just feel like when you live apart… He says the same thing, when he sees me, he may not want this either. We’ll know when we see each other.”
The state of their marriage is still unknown. Joe said, “Of course, she’s my wife. I’ve been with her a long time. No matter what happens, I’ll always love her.”
Joe recently reunited with Teresa’s dad Giacinto Gorga in Italy, even sharing a photo on his Instagram. Along with a series of photos, Joe said, “On the other side of the world.”
Last month, Joe was deported to Italy after being released from ICE custody. He completed his 41-month prison sentence for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud in March.
He is awaiting a final ruling on whether he will be allowed back in the U.S.