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Teresa Giudice RHONJ Reunion: Talks Bankruptcy, Setting Example for Daughters

Teresa Giudice Real Housewives of New Jersey RHONJ bankrupt

Teresa Giudice talks family on RHONJ reunion

Teresa Giudice talked openly on the Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion about her bankruptcy, sharing that she wants to set a good example for her daughters.

During the RHONJ reunion, Teresa Giudice answered questions from Andy Cohen about the bankruptcy, who noted that she’s stepped up to take care of her family and is “bringing home the bacon.”

Teresa Giudice said, “I love getting back into the whole working thing… I want to show my daughters, I want them to be independent and not rely on a man and you know, go to college and be successful.”

Giudice also explained how she lived this past season while going through a bankruptcy, noting that her “Skinny Italian” book helped to bring home the bacon.

During the RHONJ reunion, viewers were shown the Giudice Christmas, where Teresa’s daughters were said to have gotten less for the holidays, but Andy Cohen brought up that Teresa bought her girls a Mercedes toy car and an iPod touch.

Giudice explained, “Since the bankruptcy, I’m saving money by not spending as much.”

Andy Cohen isn’t so sure that spending money on those items was a great idea! Cohen quipped to Teresa, “Boy, you are really crackin the whip.”

Andy and Teresa talked about how she and Joe have $8 million to pay back, which the Giudices agreed to pay after they withdrew themselves from bankruptcy.

What did you think about Teresa Giudice on the RHONJ reunion?

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