Andy Cohen says Teresa Giudice has a ‘ realistic’ attitude about future with Joe and notes ‘seeming deadness’ of their marriage

They’ve been wed for 20 years and share four children.

But despite that long shared history, Teresa and Joe Giudice have lived apart for years – ever since she was jailed back in January 2015.

Now Bravo’s Andy Cohen, who knows them both well, has opened up about the ‘seeming deadness’ of the couple’s marriage.

Doomed? Andy Cohen says Teresa Giudice has a 'very realistic' attitude about her future with Joe... and notes the 'seeming deadness' of their marriage; he spoke on Wednesday night following Watch What Happens Live

Doomed? Andy Cohen says Teresa Giudice has a ‘very realistic’ attitude about her future with Joe… and notes the ‘seeming deadness’ of their marriage; he spoke on Wednesday night following Watch What Happens Live

Can't see a future: Bravo's Cohen, who knows them both well, has opened up about the 'seeming deadness' of the couple's marriage.

Can't see a future: Bravo's Cohen, who knows them both well, has opened up about the 'seeming deadness' of the couple's marriage.

Can’t see a future: Bravo’s Cohen, who knows them both well, has opened up about the ‘seeming deadness’ of the couple’s marriage.

‘What shocked me the most was their honesty about their lack of attraction for each other and the seeming deadness of their relationship,’ he explained on Wednesday, following an interview with the two on Wednesday’s Watch What Happens Live. 

But, insisted Cohen, he wouldn’t say the Real Housewives Of New Jersey stars were doomed to divorce.

‘I never count their love out,’ he said. ‘They were so into each other for so long. She was standing by him with every rumor she heard.

‘But I do have to say, she just seemed over it. She was talking about it in the past tense. She seems to have a very realistic attitude about how this isn’t gonna work.’  

As he spoke, Teresa and the four children she shares with Joe were en route to visit him in his new home of Naples, Italy.

Joe is building a new life for himself in the city, even as he awaits a ruling on his appeal against his ordered deportation from the U.S., where he has lived since he was just a year old.

His daughter Gia, 18, shared the first picture of the family of six reunited for the first time in years on Thursday, writing ‘we’re back’.

The parents also share Milania, 13, Gabriella, 15, and Audriana, 10. 



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