The main focus for Joe Guidice right now is his family as he continues to appeal his deportation order in Italy.
Since he was freed from custody and flew to Italy on October 11, the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star is speaking out. In a video for Bravo’s “The Daily Dish,” Guidice said how he has to look forward and to not reflect on the past.
“Life, it’s always better to look through the windshield and not through the rear-view mirror,” Guidice said. “It’s a much bigger picture when you’re looking through the windshield. But at the end of the day, people make mistakes. Nobody’s perfect,” he continued.
Guidice is married to “RHONJ” star Teresa Guidice and they share four daughters. The father said that he has “learned a valuable lesson” amid this deportation drama.
“I’ve learned a valuable lesson from all this and I know my family is the most important thing to me, but it’s better that I’m out here than in there,” Guidice said.
Guidice sent a heartfelt message for his family and said “I just want to let you know that I love you and I’m always here for you. You know that.”
Right after he sent the message, his wife announced in a tweet that she and her husband will sit down with Andy Cohen for a special Bravo episode that is airing on October 27.
Despite being held in custody of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Joe Giudice is proving to be a major part of the upcoming season of "Real Housewives of New Jersey."
While talking on the phone, Joe airs out the couple’s dirty laundry in front of their oldest daughter, Gia. “Alright, like I even wanted to get married? No,” he says emphatically to Teresa. The mother of four understandably doesn’t take the news very well and turns to her 18-year-old to say, “See what I get?” Not wanting to be dragged into their drama, Gia fires back, “That’s your personal business with my father. So enough!”
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” returns to Bravo on Nov. 6 at 9 p.m. ET.