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Margaret Josephs Thinks Teresa Giudice Will Move To Italy Full-Time If Joe Giudice Is Deported

With Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 9 starting up, the biggest story is one that doesn’t even play out during this season’s episodes. A judge ruled that Teresa Giudice’s husband Joe Giudice will be deported to Italy.  This will happen after he finishes his prison sentence in March 2019. Joe has lived in the United States since he was a baby. He got married in this country. He has four daughters born on American soil. Even with all that, he never filled out the paperwork for citizenship.

Joe still has time to appeal the judge’s decision. What if that doesn’t work out and he really does have to move to another continent. Margaret Josephs theorizes that Teresa would make the move as well, but just part-time.

In a video interview with People Now, Margaret shared her thoughts on the deportation ruling. She explained, “I think she needs love [and] support from all of us and that’s what we’re giving her. This is the most devastating news, as I’ve said before, in Housewives of history as far as I’m concerned, but she’s the strongest woman I know. She will handle it in the best way, just like she does with everything else.”

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Margaret admitted, “I actually haven’t seen her. We’ve texted. We’ve been in touch.” Based on that communication, Margaret said, “All I can say is she’s the strongest girl I know and she needs the support.”

Margaret theorized, “I think [because] Teresa’s working, I’m sure she will live there part-time to be with her husband. He’s an amazing father. The girls will see him. I don’t know if she’s going to move there full-time. I just know that she will be working. She’s international. She’s always working everywhere. It remains to be seen.” Maybe the Real Housewives of New Jersey will take a cast trip to Italy during Season 10.

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