Teresa Giudice opens up about reuniting with Joe Giudice

The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star gave her first interview to “GMA” since returning from Italy to visit her husband, who was deported after serving time in prison.
3:59 | 11/14/19

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Transcript for Teresa Giudice opens up about reuniting with Joe Giudice
and the girls have seen Joe outside of prison walls in over three years. We talked about Joe's future and if there's a future for the two of them. Teresa Giudice is the vibrant outspoken and as real as you get real housewife of New Jersey who made her mark ten years ago with this. When I first started the show, they said, what do you see yourself five years from now? Never did I expect myself being in legal problems and going to jail. Like never in a million years. She spent almost a year in jail for multiple counts of frauds and her husband three years for mail and bankruptcy fraud and out of prison, Joe who is not a U.S. Citizen is living Italy while he awaits the ruling on his appeal. Teresa sitting down with us days after visiting him. You get off the plane, tell me about what happens next. I was so overjoyed seeing my daughters, how happy they were. Seeing their dad. This trip was like all about focusing on our daughters. It really wasn't about us. Do you still feel anything for him? There's always going to be a place in my heart for Joe. I'm always going to love him no matter what. Even together or separate. Always, yes. Rumors of infidelity making headlines and plaguing their marriage. Can you say without a doubt that you have been completely faithful to Joe. Yes. Throughout the harajuku and even incarceration, everything. Yes. You don't believe he's been faithful to you? I mean -- How are you able to move past that because that can be a deal breaker for a lot of marriages. Well, because I never caught him, like I never caught him so it's hearsay. Are you planning on filing for divorce? No. Do you see a future with him? I don't know. Imagine he lived in Italy and you live here. I don't know. I mean I don't know if that's like a feasible relationship. Do you think you could find happiness and love again with To be determined. So you haven't ruled it out. We're taking it day by day. Do you feel like you could love again and give your heart to someone? Of course I do. I'm still young. If it does go that path I want the same for Joe. You'd be okay seeing him happy with another woman. Of course. If that's the path we choose, Do you think he will be happy seeing you with another man? We only really want the best for each other. We really do. Like see I'll start crying. Just cause we both do and like -- I kept crying on the trip because of that. Do you need to go back to Italy and just the two of you spend some time together. I don't know about that. We'll see. I don't know. For now her daughters are her priority. You must take a great amount of pride seeing your four daughters grow into strong, independent women. As a mom you don't know if you're doing a good job but when you see your children and how they are and how they present themselves and how they speak, then you're like, wow, I did do something right. How tough is that for Joe to miss so many milestones. I'm sure that's a guilty has to live with every day. I do want happiness again. I want Joe to be happy. My daughter, they are happy. Looking ahead it's all about as she says, namaste and standing strong. You probably learned a ton about yourself the last three years and eight months. I've learned I have powers I never knew I had. Like what? Unbreakable. Unbreakable. She seems ready to move on, though. She's more concerned about her fire children at this time but at this point Joe 5 is waiting his final deportation hearing. If denied he will permanently be deported to Italy. He'll be separated from his four girls. She said he was weeping when he had to say good-bye to them. I'm pretty sure tough situation on all the family. Great job, Paula.

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