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PHOTOS: Teresa Giudice Leaving Federal Prison And Reuniting With Her Family!

After spending just under a year in prison, Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice was released from federal prison at 5:01a.m., shortly after 7am, Teresa arrived at her New Jersey home where she reunited with her husband Joe and daughters Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana. Check them out below!

Teresa Giudice was all smiles as she walked out of prison this morning. Teresa gave herself a makeover in the prison bathroom after her release.

The photos, obtained by People, shows Giudice being driven back to her home in New Jersey with her lawyer James J. Leonard, Jr. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star was seen cracking a small grin in the first pictures as she drove away from Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut, after being released at 5:01 a.m

Husband Joe Giudice was waiting for Teresa when she arrive home in New Jersey on Wednesday

Husband Joe Giudice had a new Lexus with a red bow waiting for her when she arrived home to New Jersey.

"We missed you": Teresa's daughters made welcome signs for her, which they posted on the front door of her New Jersey mansion

Giudice's attorney, James J. Leonard Jr., told reporters outside the star's family home that she had a "very emotional, very private" reunion with her husband Joe and daughters, Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana.

Joe and the children were waiting in the kitchen with more signs and posters, and immediately swarmed her with hugs and kisses.

"Joe kind of stood off to the side for a second and let them all greet their mother," a source tells People. "Then the whole family kind of embraced each other and had a moment together."

The Real Housewives of New Jersey stars will spend a "nice, quiet, low-key" holiday with their extended families, Leonard told reporters, and Giudice has no plans to make any public appearances in the coming weeks. At last the Giudice family is once again reunited! 

Source/Photo Credit: People