"Mr. Giudice, no matter how this turns out, I wish you the best".
This story originally appeared in the New York Post.
Teresa Giudice is certainly a fixture on the reality show so it would be a huge shakeup if she made a decision to leave.
The Giudices both served time behind bars after pleading guilty to multiple fraud charges.
Joe Giudice (2nd from L) and wife Teresa Giudice arrive for sentencing at federal court in Newark on October 2, 2014 in Newark. Joe Giudice will be deported back to Italy once he's released from prison next year, according to a judge's ruling today. "He keeps saying, 'You just got to move on from this". They added the Giudices had always known deportation was a possibility, but they were trying not to think about it until they had to.
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"Many of Teresa's closest friends wonder why she has stuck by Joe throughout this process", an insider said. "I'm not even anxious about that as far as that goes", he told the magazine. That's the only way she could go on living day to day'.
"I mean, Italy's a handsome place to live", she said during the most recent reunion of the Bravo series. "I will embrace it the best I can". At the time, he told the publication, "Teresa is not talking about getting divorced, she is not thinking about getting divorced and she's not filing for divorce". It's not happening, not just now, but never.
While it's unclear whether the family will join Giudice upon his release, Teresa has previously stated that she "wouldn't mind" moving with her husband. "I can't be any more clear about it".
Giudice is an Italian citizen who came to the U.S.as an infant and wasn't aware he wasn't an American citizen.