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Jacqueline Laurita Misses Her Grandson’s Face Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

The RHONJ alum sent all of her love.

By Jessica Butler
Jacqueline Laurita Grandson Coronavirus Distance

Jacqueline Laurita absolutely loves her grandson, but ever since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and stay-at-home orders began, being a long-distance grandma became that much harder. The Real Housewives of New Jersey alum moved to Las Vegas not too long ago, but she's been keeping in touch with daughter Ashlee Holmes Malleo and her young son, Cameron Malleo, as much as she can during this time — especially on social media.

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In fact, Ashlee has posted photos of her 3-year-old all throughout self-quarantine to update us on how he and the rest of the family have been holding up. From homeschooling adventures to fun activities, Ashlee and Cameron seem to be making the most of their time at home! Although Jacqueline can't be there in person, she's doing her best to give them all her love from afar.

Recently, Ashlee posted a photo of her little one wearing a decorative, Star Wars-themed mask over his face. She captioned the adorable pic, "If my baby has to wear one of these things, I'm glad it's at least a fun print!"

Jacqueline just couldn't help commenting when she saw Ashlee's post. The proud mom and grandma wrote, "Oh my goodness I miss his face!!!"

Ashlee and Cameron seem to be counting the days — and enjoying some waffles — in the post below.

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Quarantine day 45? 🤔

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Cameron definitely looks ready to for some homeschooling lessons with his mom in this sweet pic. We bet Jacqueline can't get enough of these photos of her grandson. Seeing a child smiling and eager to learn throughout all of this would make any grandparent proud.

Although times are tough, Ashlee is staying positive. A parent tweeted out his concern about his kids not having much social development and their lack of interaction with anyone outside of their family in almost two months. Ashlee responded, "Totally! I was just talking about this the other day. At least your kids have each other!"

For the latest, most accurate information on coronavirus, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.

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