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Teresa Giudice Shows Off Her New Nose After Recent Rhinoplasty
The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member made some tweaks to her nose earlier this year but "no one even noticed."
Teresa Giudice, has had a year full of changes — one of which most people didn't even notice. After getting engaged in October to her beau of just over a year, Luis "Louie" Ruelas, The Real Housewives of New Jersey mother of four appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on November 16 to talk all things The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip while flaunting her beautiful new ring. But, the WWHL host noticed more than just the ring (and her glamorous new kitchen) — he couldn't help but realize that she also had a new nose.
"I gotta tell you something, let me see that nose because I mean, I always loved your nose," Andy said. Earlier this month, The Sun reported that Teresa had gotten a nose job earlier this year, and she confirmed the news again telling Andy, "I had it done in February, and no one even noticed."
Teresa's eldest daughter, Gia, got her nose done last year saying in an Instagram post, "I’m am an adult now, this has been an insecurity of mine for a while and I’ve never been happier and so comfortable in my own skin!!" Following suit, Teresa underwent the same surgery. According to The Sun, while appearing as the keynote speaker at the New Jersey Ultimate Women’s Expo at the NJ Convention & Expo Center in Edison in early November, Teresa said getting her nose done was something that would make her "feel better." "I asked Louie, I’m like, 'Babe, should I get my nose done?' And he’s like, 'Is it going to make you feel better?' And I said, 'Yes.' So he said, 'Do it,'" Teresa said.
Just like her RHONJ castmate Dolores Catania explained in a November 10 story with RealSelf about her third breast augmentation, "If you look in the mirror and see something that bothers you and makes you unhappy every single day and there’s a way to [change that], you should do it."