AceShowbiz - Teresa Giudice and husband Joe Giudice may have a tense relationship after he was released from ICE Custody and now is residing in his native country Italy. However, things apparently are not that bad between Joe and "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star's family.
Joe seemed to be having the best time in Italy as he decided to open an Instagram account to share photos he took during his outing with family and friends. One of the photos he shared stood out the most as it featured Joe posing with Giacinto Gorga, Teresa's father.
"On the other side of the world," Giudice said, adding the hashtags #familyandfriends #forgetaboutit," so Joe captioned the snaps. The businessman also posted picture of his family and friends surrounding him at a dinner table. "Always a full table...," he wrote.
Joe also took to Instagram Stories to share a photo of them raising glasses together. "#salute," he captioned the picture in addition to tagging his reality TV star wife.
Joe will also soon be reuniting with his daughters, Gia (18), Gabriella (15), Milania (14) and Audrina (10) in the country. Gia reposted one of Joe's photos on her own account. "see you soon daddy @joe.giudice," she wrote in the caption. Responding to his daughter, Joe said, "can't wait to see you sweetheart."
Back in October, Teresa admitted to feeling nervous about her upcoming trip because it would be her first time seeing her husband who just completed his prison stint for fraud. "I haven't seen Joe in three years and seven months, it's going to be even longer, three years and eight months. I've definitely changed, and I'm sure he has, too," Teresa opened up to Andy Cohen on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey Special Event: Joe and Teresa Unlocked".
During the special event, they also talked about the future of their marriage. When asked if they would still stay together even if Joe is being deported to his native Italy, Joe said, "If we stay together, we stay together, if we don't, we don't. You know, it's a conversation that... you know, we'll see."