Teresa Giudici felt the love from her fans after sharing a ‘heartbreaking’ post dedicated to her late parents.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey housewife posted a beautiful throwback of herself with her parents, Antonia and Giacinto Gorga, who both tragically passed away.
She wrote: “Miss you both so much”, and was inundated with messages from fans sending their support. “They will always be with you Teresa,” penned one fan, with another adding: “They are with you in your heart and your soul.”
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Teresa posted a heartfelt photo of her with her late parents, Giacinto and Antonia
Her friend and former RHONJ castmate Dina Manzo also sent her love, commenting: “What a great photo! So much love.”
Teresa’s parents often appeared on the reality show and were fan favorites, with her father Giacinto moving in with the wellness and cookbook author and her four daughters following Teresa’s ex-husband Joe Giudice’s jail sentence.
Tragically, her father passed away in April 2020 and was often filmed mourning the loss of his wife Antonia, who died in 2017.
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Teresa spent the holidays with her four daughters, Gabriella, Audriana, Milania and Gia
The sad post came just days after Teresa was pictured looking loved up with her new boyfriend, Luisa Ruelas - much to the delight of her fans.
Teresa looked sensational in a snap with new love, Luis Ruelas
Wearing a figure-hugging sequin dress, Teresa said she was celebrating a “New year. New beginnings” in the snap with her new beau. It is believed the pair have been dating since November, and she described him as “the best thing to come out of 2020.”
Teresa was married to ex-husband Joe Giudice for 20 years
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Teresa and ex-husband Joe finalized their divorce last year, after 20 years of marriage. The couple had weathered many a storm through the RHONJ season, including both serving jail time for multiple offences that included bankruptcy fraud. Joe returned to his birth country of Italy after his release from jail.
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