There have been some infamous Christmas moments on Real Housewives of New Jersey over the years. From Teresa Giudice throwing Melissa Gorga’s sprinkle cookies in the garbage, to the the two sisters-in-law ending their feud, this holiday has always been a big deal to Teresa. The viewers know how much the queen of RHONJ lives for Christmas and I’m sure that a lot of them are curious about how she is going to celebrate the holiday while her husband Joe Giudice is in jail.

I will never forget Teresa’s emotional homecoming perfectly timed with Christmas celebrations last year, but I have to assume that this year is going to be a way less happy occasion.


Since Teresa has buried the hatchet with both her brother Joe Gorga and his wife Melissa, it’s not at all surprising that Us Weekly has quoted a source who claimed that Teresa will be hanging with them for the holidays.

The article declares, “Teresa is spending Christmas Eve with the Gorgas.” I just want to know whose house it will be at. I will never get over Teresa declaring, “Christmas Eve is my thing” on RHONJ. But maybe she’s focusing on the more important matters in life this year. Or at least I hope so. That same source also told Us Weekly that Teresa and her four daughter will spend Christmas day with the Giudice side of the family.

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I just hope that the Real Housewives of New Jersey cameras are filming Teresa and the fam at Christmas. The RHONJ Christmas episodes always have something good to offer. And I’m curious about how Teresa and her girls are holding up while Joe is away. Some “pal” shared, “If Teresa is sad, she’s not showing it. She always talks about how she misses Joe, but never lets her kids or any of her friends see it.” That’s really not shocking at all since Teresa is notoriously stoic when it comes to keeping her emotions private.

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