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Everything Teresa Giudice Has Said About Husband Joe’s Deportation

December 6, 2018

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Speaking up. Teresa Giudice has been outspoken about the news that her husband, Joe Giudice, will be deported to his native Italy after his release from prison in March 2019.

Scroll through to revisit everything Teresa has said so far about Joe, who started his 41-month sentence for fraud charges in March 2016, ahead of his deportation.

Come What May

Teresa said during the RHONJ season 8 reunion in January 2018 that she “wouldn’t mind” moving to Italy if her husband was deported. “Italy’s a beautiful place to live,” she said. “Whatever God has planned for me, that’s what’s going to happen. I will embrace it the best I can.”

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Breaking Her Silence

Four days after a judge ordered Joe to be deported during an October 2018 court hearing, Teresa took to Instagram for the first time to address the situation. She shared a mock photo of the Statue of Liberty crying and captioned it with a series of praying-hands emojis.

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Positive Thoughts

While speaking at a Real Housewives event in Connecticut in October 2018, the Bravo personality asked the crowd “to please pray for me and my family.” She also said that she “cannot wait to see the light at the end of the tunnel.”

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Going Strong

Teresa denied in October 2018 that she plans to divorce Joe after his deportation. “No. We’re going to be a family,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “We’re going to fight this and get through this. … I am like, ‘We’re not talking about this yet.’ I shut him down. I don’t want to talk about it, and what comes first is our daughters [Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana].”

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The reality star told Good Morning America in November 2018 in her first TV interview about the news that her daughters “are really upset” about their father’s deportation. “It’s hard for them,” she said. “Adults can handle anything. It’s hard for children to go through this. They’re asking themselves, ‘Why is this happening to me?’ Like, ‘I want my daddy to come home.’”

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Later in her GMA interview, Teresa, who served 11 months in prison in 2015 on similar fraud charges, said, “We’ve been through a lot. I’ve gone through ups and downs, like being angry. But listen, I have to stay strong. I have four beautiful daughters that, you know, they need their mommy.”

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