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Melissa Gorga Reveals Son Joey Is at Her Mother's House During Self-Quarantine
The RHONJ mom gave us an exclusive update on her family.
Lots of Bravolebs have been checking in with Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen amid the current health crisis and Melissa Gorga is just the latest to send an update to Andy Cohen and his crew. The Real Housewives of New Jersey mom had a lot to share about her family's self-quarantine and even passed along some tips to make things a bit easier.
In the video above, Melissa greets the WWHL crew and says, "It's getting real out here in Jersey. We have all been in the house. We've all been trying to stay in the house," later adding, "I hope everyone is doing well, everyone is staying indoors, washing their hands."
Then, the boutique owner shares some important information about her family's self-quarantine and how they've been spending their time.
She continues, "It hasn't been easy, but you know what? Take this time, cook, make food, hang out with your family, read a damn book! I don't know. I haven't read a lot of books lately but I'm going to start."
Melissa shows off a quick and easy recipe for baked chicken thighs and vegetables and reveals that her youngest son, Joey, is at actually at her mother's house.
"She begged me for one of my children, so I gave her Joey — which I probably shouldn't have because he's my easiest child and I miss him so much. But, she begged, so I gave him to her," Melissa explains.
Then, the mom of three gives us a peek at daughter Antonia Gorga's self-quarantine routine (Hint: it involves a lot of Netflix!) and takes us on a trip to the family's home gym, where we get a visit from husband Joe Gorga.
Check out the video above to hear everything Melissa has been up to, take a look at her delicious dinner prep, and see what the rest of the Gorga family has been doing at home!
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