Margaret Josephs Says Teresa Giudice Most Likely Won't Ever Divorce Joe - Here's Why!

Margaret Josephs Says Teresa Giudice Most Likely Won't Ever Divorce Joe - Here's Why!
Credit: Source: etonline.com

Teresa Giudice’s RHONJ castmate, Margaret Josephs is convinced the woman will not divorce her husband, Joe, no matter what happens! Josephs talked about the tricky situation the couple is in at the moment during last night’s Watch What Happens Live episode.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey celeb told a caller that despite a judge’s deportation order for Joe last month, he and Teresa are most likely to remain husband and wife.

When asked about a possible divorce, Margaret replied: ‘No, I don't think they will. I think Teresa's super traditional and I just don't think she'll do it.’

As fans probably know, Joe has been ordered to leave the U.S. to his native Italy as soon as he completes his prison sentence.

The decision that Margaret says caused her to be ‘devastated and surprised’ was reportedly appealed but if nothing changes, Joe would not be allowed to return to America ever again.

Last month, during an interview for ET, Teresa also stated that she’s not even considering a divorce.

‘We're going to be a family, and we're going to fight this and get through this,’ she stressed instead.

‘We aren't even thinking about [whether we would move to Italy] right now. We are going to take it day by day. We are going to take it one step at a time.’

The woman went on to make it very clear that the main reason why they’re fighting the order is their four daughters together!

‘What comes first is our daughters and we are going to fight this. It's been a lot for kids to take this all in. It is sad for the children because they are innocent in all of this, and they are probably thinking, 'Why is this happening?'’ Teresa told the outlet at the time.

Do you also think the Giudices will remain married no matter what?

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