The holidays are always tough, especially after a breakup and Teresa Giudice knows this too well. The star shared a cryptic message to her Instagram while her girls are visiting her estranged husband, Joe Giudice in Italy for Christmas.
“They said I changed a lot I said a lot changed me,” the “Real Housewives fo New Jersey” star shared.
It is interesting timing considering the news of their split went viral last week. The two split after 20 years of marriage but the breakup was no surprise to sources close to the couple, according to PEOPLE
Loads of Teresa’s fans sounded off and let the mom know that she has their full support during this Christmas season and in the new year.
“?? I LOVE this ! Sooooo true on sooo many levels,” one fan declared while another wrote, “You do you. 2020 is going to be your best year yet.”
“Keep it pushin sista! Onward and upward!” another encouraging fan commented.
One Bravoholic appreciated her honesty, “Yes ? that’s the realest post I’ve seen all year. Best wishes to you always.”
Teresa and Joe may be going through a very public split but she took the time to praise Joe’s new look on Instagram after he shared a happy photo.
“Freind just opened restaurant and invited us very good aged meats,” Joe wrote in the caption of his post.
Joe looked really cool in a long-sleeve shirt that hid his impressive new muscles. Teresa made a sweet gesture by complementing his sweet stubble, “The beard looks good,” Teresa commented on Joe’s post.
Joe has been really excited to spend Christmas with his children and even gave away a hint at what he bought the girls for the holiday.
“It’s been a while since I baught[sic] my angels a Christmas gift ?,” Joe wrote in the caption of his post.
He showed off several bright yellow Fendi bags and exclaimed, “Waiting for you to come here. Look what I got you girls, Fendi, you better like it.”
Trust us, Christmas in Italy is a really magical time so we are sure everyone will have a good experience. Teresa, keep your head up, girl! You can come to our house if you get lonely on Christmas.