Teresa Giudice‘s mini-me daughter Gia, 19, has reunited with her dad Joe, 48, in Italy. The teenager, who is joined by her younger sis Milania, 14, arrived in Europe on November 6, to see their father for the first time in months. Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the duo opted to see their travel plans through and appear to be making the most of their family time. In a stunning new snap, the eldest child of the Real Housewives of New Jersey star rocked a white crop top with high-waisted, light wash jeans and a beige puffer coat.
Much like her mom, she’s no stranger to designer accessories, carrying a gold YSL shoulder bag with chain detailing, which retails for around $2000. Her boot cut jeans fell just above her brown, suede booties as she accessorized with gold necklaces and styled her caramel tresses in loose waves. The carousel post also featured a family snap of Milania and Joe as the trio posed in front of a harbor in Salerno, Italy.
The sisters have been documenting their trip on Instagram, which has included shopping and dining in Rome, as well as hiking in Sala Cosilina, Campania. Social media savvy Joe has also been uploading a constant stream of photos and videos, showing his daughters around his native Italy. A source close to the family spoke to HollywoodLife about Teresa’s reaction to her daughters traveling without her. “Teresa spoke to Joe and the girls as soon as they landed to make sure they got there safely,” the insider explained.
“They know there are risks with traveling, but as a family, they decided it was okay to go. The plan right now is to be there for about 10 days or 2 weeks, but they are prepared to stay longer if they have to … Both parents knew the risks of them going, but the girls couldn’t bear being away from Joe any longer.” Prior to the trip, the girls hadn’t seen their father since last December. As fans of the Bravo reality television stars will know, Joe moved to the European country in October 2019, after his third deportation appeal was denied following a 41-month sentence for fraud.