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Teresa Giudice's Trip to Visit Joe in Italy Will Be Filmed for RHONJ
Andy Cohen confirmed the family reunion will appear on Real Housewives in the future.
When Teresa Giudice and her four daughters visit Joe Giudice in Italy in a few weeks, Andy Cohen confirmed that cameras will film their reunion. The Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host confirmed the news on Sunday's (October 27) special sit-down, The Real Housewives of New Jersey Special Event: Joe and Teresa Unlocked.
Joe is currently in Italy following his release from ICE custody earlier this month as he awaits a decision in his appeal in his ongoing deportation case, and in the coming weeks The Real Housewives of New Jersey family will get to spend quality time together. "Yes, we're gonna go there in a few weeks 'cause the kids have off for teacher's convention [break from school]," Teresa said, with Andy adding, "I believe we're actually coming along with you to shoot that. So we'll look forward to seeing that in the season."
Teresa then shared in the WWHL Clubhouse that she has some jitters before she makes the trip abroad to reunite with her husband following his release from custody. She said, "I'm a little nervous... just nervous. I'm gonna be honest with you, I haven't seen Joe in three years and seven months. It's going to be even longer, like three years and eight months, when I see him."
During the special, she noted that it was during the conversation that night she realized that she thinks Joe has changed "in a good way." She further explained, "I've definitely changed and I'm sure he has too... [I] became more independent. I like the person that I am now."
Later on during the emotional interview, she opened up a bit more about her expectations for the trip to Italy. "I love him as a person. I'll start crying because I do, I care about him, I love him, I don't know how I'll feel when I see him. That's why I'm so nervous [for] when I see him in person," she said.
Check out more from the interview, below.