Soon after Joe Giudice left custody of ICE and flew to Italy on Oct. 11, his daughters Gia and Milania shared their emotional goodbyes to Instagram.
The time has lastly come — Gia Giudice, 18, and her little sister Milania, 14, needed to say goodbye to their dad Joe, 47, as he sadly left for Rome, Italy on Oct. 11. In the early East Coast hours of Oct. 12, the sisters posted their farewells to Instagram. “Facetime you soon daddy❤️🙏🏻,” Gia wrote, alongside a childhood picture of her hugging Joe. Meanwhile, Milania uploaded a throwback household picture of her, Joe and Gia, which additionally included her different sisters Gabriella, 15, and Audriana, 10, and their mother Teresa, 47. “Love you forever ❤️,” Milania wrote over the sentimental picture on her Instagram Story.
Teresa additionally mourned her husband’s departure to Italy amid his deportation case with a crying picture of the Statue of Liberty, which The Real Housewives of New Jersey shared to Instagram on Oct. 11. The Giudice household legal professional, James J. Leonard Jr., confirmed to HollywoodLife that Joe was certainly transferring to Italy that Friday, including, “No further statement at this time.”
As for whether or not or not Joe’s 4 daughters will go to him in Italy, a supply near the Giudice household EXCLUSIVELY instructed HollywoodLife, “[Teresa] will definitely allow her daughters to visit Joe in Italy, but she’s not sure if that is a trip she’ll be joining them anytime soon. Teresa is still holding onto some resentment towards Joe for putting their family in this position and she doesn’t know how she plans on moving forward with him.” The insider added that “Teresa hasn’t made any final plans when it comes to the status of her relationship with Joe once he leaves for Italy,” however she remains to be legally married.
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A decide dominated for Joe to be deported to his native Italy in Oct. 2018, whereas he was nonetheless wrapping up a 41-month jail sentence for mail, wire and chapter fraud expenses. The household man has been making an attempt to enchantment the order, even after he was launched from jail on March 14 and transferred to custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (USICE) in Pennsylvania. The determination to maneuver to Italy was reportedly his personal, nonetheless — if he wins his enchantment whereas in Italy, Joe will “urge USICE to facilitate his return to the U.S.,” E! News reported.