Teresa Giudice with her mom and daughters

With Joe Giudice in prisonTeresa Giudice is abandoning her infamous Christmas Eve celebration – site of the infamous Sprinkle Cookie Mysteries! – for a new tradition with Joe and Melissa Gorga. Let’s hope some furtive fambly member doesn’t throw whatever cookies Teresa in the trash.

“Being home is just kind of going to be sad, so I didn’t want to be home,” explains Teresa, “because it’s just us.”

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What a difference a couple years makes – before Teresa went to prison the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star wasn’t speaking to Joe and Melissa and therefore didn’t spend any of her pre-incarceration holidays with them.

On Christmas Day Teresa will spend the day with Joe’s extended family – “with whoever is having it – either Joe’s sister or Joe’s brother.”

“The girls like to be with their families,” Teresa tells E! News, but she and the girls are generally “so busy” that “we don’t get to see them that much.”

There is also a visit with Juicy planned, but Teresa won’t be smuggling any sprinkle cookies or Thanksgiving turkey through the prison gates. “There’s plenty of time to eat when you come home,” she smiles.

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Tonight officially marks the final episode of Real Housewives Of New Jersey season 7 with part 2 of the reunion. It’s been an interesting season hellbent on recriminations from the past and finally – hopefully! – laying old feuds to rest.

Tonight Poison and Chris join the group to help fight their wives battles, and both Melissa and Jacqueline declare their friendship dead. Teresa and Jacqueline continue to argue. And Melissa ultimately issues a terse warning about trusting Jacqueline to Siggy Flicker and Dolores Catania.

Reality Tea will be live-tweeting, and recapping, so make sure to join us!

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