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Joe Giudice is looking forward to the new year.
On Saturday, the reality TV personality shared the photo collage below to see it in conjunction with the four girls — Rose, 18, Gabriella, 15, And Milania, 13, Audriana, and 10 — as well as his goals for the year 2020.
“I have also posted this message in the morning, but I choked, so I took it back to her, and I thought to myself, as a part of the re-growth is to accept it!!” Joe started. “This year, I’ve done a lot of self-reflection, I know now to be Happy and content with who I am and what I need to eat, sleep, and air, the girls and their families.”
JOE GIUDICE REACT TO THE CRITICISM THAT HE DOESN’T “WORK”
The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star went on to say, “I have learned, All you have to do is to love yourself and be the BEST! I am letting go of 2019 at the latest, with my pretty girls, promising them to be the BEST for ME IN 2020!!
“❤️❤️❤️❤️ ps didn’t mean to cut my baby still had to learn, in the course of time. 😐,” he concluded.
‘REAL HOUSEWIVES’ STAR TERESA GIUDICE, JOE GIUDICE SEPARATED AFTER 20 YEARS OF MARRIAGE
For Christmas, Joe’s kids came to Italy in order to celebrate, as the woman, Teresa Giudice stayed behind in New Jersey. The pair separated earlier this month after almost 20 years of marriage.
The couple had been together for four years, after she pleaded guilty in 2014 to a financial fraud. Teresa, 47, served her sentence and was released in December of 2015. Joe, 47, then a 41-month prison sentence in March of 2016.
Teresa Guidice and Joe Guidice in New York City in 2011. (Steve Mack/Getty Images, File)
JOE GIUDICE AND FAMILY ARE ‘VERY DISAPPOINTED’ AFTER THE DEPORTATION, THE APPEAL IS DENIED
Immigration officials have arrested Joe Giudice, after he finished his sentence. A judge ruled in October 2018, with the reality star, who is not a united states citizen, could be deported to his native Italy upon completion of his prison term. He is currently living in Italy while waiting for a verdict in his deportation case.
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Giudice has said before that he came to the U.S. as a child and did not know that he is not an American citizen.