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Teresa Giudice’s RHONJ Co-Stars Reveal How She’s Coping With Husband Joe Giudice’s Recent Court Hearing!

Teresa Giudice's Real Housewives of New Jersey co-stars Melissa Gorga, Jennifer Aydin, Margaret Josephs and Jackie Goldschneider gave an update on how she and her husband Joe Giudice are coping as they wait for the judge’s decision in his deportation case.

“I think that there’s going to be some answers very soon. So everybody’s feeling better,” Melissa Gorga told Us Weekly. “We’re all looking for closure at this point. It needs to end and go one way or the other at this point. For him too. I mean that man has been suffering long enough now.”

Melissa added that “the hardest part” is seeing her four nieces Gia (18), Gabriella (14), Milania (13), and Audriana (9), without their dad. “They’re daddy’s girls.”

Meanwhile, Jennifer Aydin revealed that Teresa was “hoping for some kind of closure” at Wednesday’s hearing.

“It’s been really tough on her, but now they’re just going to wait it out and see what the judge comes back with,” she explained. “It’s really frustrating and she’s really hurting for her daughters. … They’re just taking it day by day. It’s a little disconcerting when she has to do what she needs to do to sustain her livelihood. And then people call her out on it and they put her on blast for having a good time. You know, she’s working.”

As for Joe and Teresa’s relationship, Jennifer just wants the twosome to do “what’s best for them.”

“So if that’s being together then, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” Jennifer told Us Weekly. “And if it’s best for them to part ways to have a healthy relationship, then you know, I wish them the best of luck.”

“I didn't get a chance to speak with Teresa but I'm just praying for the best,” Margaret said. What they've gone through - enough already, and I'm just praying for good things and an amazing outcome for all of them.”

Jackie Goldschneider told that “it must be torture to have it dragged on and on,” referring to Joe's deportation case.

Margaret added: “We need a resolution.”

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