Teresa Giudice is staying robust for her 4 daughters as her husband Joe faces deportation to Italy.

“I imply they do know what’s happening. The three oldest. The infant doesn’t know what’s happening,” the “Actual Housewives of New Jersey” star instructed Web page Six in a current interview.

“We did discuss it and it’s [a] tough time for us to be going by way of this and we’re simply eager for the very best and we’re staying constructive and that’s what I inform my ladies. Prefer it’s in God’s palms and hopefully the whole lot will work out.

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“I attempt to be constructive. I don’t need them to be scared…I don’t need them to be frightened about something. That’s what Mommy’s right here for. That’s the unlucky half. Us adults can deal with something, the youngsters are those that endure.”

Co-star Dolores Catania added, “She by no means panics and she or he all the time stays robust for her household,”

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“I stay for them,” Teresa defined. “They’re my life.”

Web page Six reported final month that Immigration Decide John Ellington ordered Joe, 46, to be deported to Italy following the tip of his 41-month jail sentence. Joe was given 30 days to file an enchantment.

Their daughter Gia, 17, posted on social media that she needed to struggle the ruling shortly after the information broke, and her sister Milania, 12, echoed her sentiments. Teresa, 46, instructed us that Gabriella, 14, likes to maintain her privateness, and Audriana, 9, is just too younger to know what’s happening.

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Their sister-in-law Melissa Gorga beforehand instructed us that “all people’s simply praying and hoping that [the ruling] turns round.”

His case updates weren’t filmed for the upcoming season of “RHONJ,” which premieres on Bravo Nov. 7 at 9 p.m.


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