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PHOTOS: How the Housewives Celebrated Thanksgiving

Melissa Gorga, Teresa Giudice, Kandi Burruss and others share how they gave thanks this year.

From New Jersey to the OC, the stars of our Real Housewives franchise had plenty to give thanks for this holiday season. See how Teresa, Melissa, Kandi, Tamra, and other stars celebrated Thanksgiving—and who got sidelined with the flu!

Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe shared a happy photo from their feast.

Melissa Gorga and her family escaped the cold weather for the tropical climates of Jamaica.

Heather Dubrow and her family celebrated both Channukah and Thanksgiving together. 

Things got a little out of control at the Manzo household: Caroline's kids (along with Jacqueline Laurita!) treated Chris as if he were their Thanksgiving turkey.

Click to see how Tamra Barney, Gretchen Rossi, and Porsha Stewart celebrated Thanksgiving.

Eddie Judge wolfed down on a serious turkey leg.

Porsha Stewart, unfortunately, came down with a case of the flu and spent her holiday in bed, but her mother sent her a hilarious video of her jamming in the car, along with a sweet message: "I miss ya girl!"

Worlds collided when Gretchen Rossi met up with GG from Shahs of Sunset on Wednesday in L.A. The two donned aprons and helped serve meals to homeless people at the Los Angeles mission.

Click on to see how Yolanda Foster, Kim Richards and Kandi Burruss celebrated Thanksgiving.

 

 

Yolanda Foster served up a delicious-looking cranberry relish and shared the results on Twitter.

Kim Richards said she was thankful for her adorable new dog Kingsley—and shared a goofy video of him playing with his bone.

Kandi Burrus shared a throwback pic to 2010 with her daughter Riley. The two spent the holiday on the road; mom was touring at the time.

 

 

Kim Zolciak had her feast a week early due to the impending birth of her twins. But hubby Kroy Biermann managed to whip up the "best Thanksgiving dinner ever!"

Despite her "food coma," Joyce Giraud and her girls were all smiles after their feast.

Andy Cohen spent Thanksgiving in his hometown St. Louis with his mom and dad—and the newest addition to the Cohen clan, his dog Wacha.

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