Teresa Giudice and husband Joe Giudice enjoy his last days of freedom before prison
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 03/21/2016
Teresa Giudice's husband Joe Giudice is enjoying his last few days before prison with his family.
Joe will surrender himself to the Federal Correction Institute, Fort Dix in New Jersey on Wednesday to begin his 41-month sentence for numerous counts of financial fraud. Joe will be placed behind bars three months after Teresa finished her own year-long sentence on December 23.
This past weekend, Joe spent time with Teresa and their four daughters -- Gia, 15, Gabriella, 11, Milania, 10, and Audriana, 6. Teresa and her girls shared photos on Instagram of their bonding experiences.
On Friday, Milania posted a photo of Joe, herself and her three sisters with the caption: "I [love] my dad!!!" She also shared images of her family celebrating her birthday with a big cake.
Teresa, who stars on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, posted a picture of Gabriella and Audriana riding around on a pink ATV, writing how they were "having fun outside." Teresa also attended Gabriella's soccer tournament in Virginia on Saturday and called herself a "proud mommy."
In addition, Teresa enjoyed a little trip to New York City with Milania during which they enjoyed a dinner out with the reality TV star's friend Lisa Giammarino.
Joe recently told People his sentence "is not a big deal."
"They tell me that the low security and the camp there are almost the same so it's no big deal," he explained.
"I'm looking at it like rehabilitation for me. I am not going to be able to drink for a while which is good because I don't even know when it's been since I haven't had a drink. It's been a long time. Definitely the whole year I definitely drank every day a couple bottles at night just to go to bed."
Teresa and Joe were sentenced to jail time in October 2014 after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud as well as three counts of bankruptcy fraud as part of a plea deal to resolve their 41-count federal fraud indictment. Their prison arrangements were made so that one parent could always be with their children.