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Teresa Giudice And Her Daughters Are ‘Very Excited’ About Visiting Joe Giudice In Italy, Sources Say!

Teresa Giudice and her four daughters are planning to reunite with Joe Giudice, who was released from ICE custody on Friday and left the U.S. for Italy as the Real Housewives of New Jersey husband awaits the final decision on his deportation appeal.

While Teresa Giudice and the couple's four daughters remain in New Jersey, E! News reports that the entire family is looking forward to visiting Joe in Italy.

The outlet claims that everyone is very excited for the upcoming trip. At the same time, those closest to Joe just want to quietly enjoy the huge new step.

Fans of the series went wild online when photos of Joe after prison release went viral, showing his incredible weight loss transformation. Sources reveal to E! News that the father-of-four lost at least 50 pounds when he was away. "He looks and feels great," a source shared. "He did it through a combination of diet and lots of working out while he was away."

Joe was reunited with his brother Pete, who left a day before to welcome him upon his arrival in Rome. According to our friends Team Giudice, Joe's mother also went to Italy with Pete to welcome her son after being released from ICE to help him get settled in Italy while he awaits the final decision in his deportation appeal.

The news comes after Giudice was freed from ICE custody and flew to Rome, Italy on Friday. The 47-year-old, father of four is “free” his lawyer James J. Leonard Jr. said in a statement to PEOPLE. “He is en route to Italy right now. He spoke to Teresa and Gia from the plane and he is extremely happy to be released, more than words can describe,” the lawyer continued.

“We are still fighting and it is his desire to return home to the United States to be reunited with his family.”

TMZ was first to report his departure plans for Friday night, with sources telling the outlet that Joe flew to Rome via economy.

As previously reported, Joe was denied his original request to be released to the New Jersey home he shares with wife Teresa Giudice and their four daughters. He then filed a petition in late September to go to Italy instead. That request was approved earlier this month.

According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, lawyers for Joe said he was hoping to get out so he could work to make money for his family.

They also stated that Joe is still hopeful his appeal will be granted, allowing him to come back to the United States. In the event that he does prevail in his case after he has been sent to Italy, Joe requests that ICE facilitate his return home.

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