The 'Real Housewives' star addresses the rumors that her marriage is on the rocks.
Teresa Giudice insists that her marriage to Joe is not on the rocks.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star sparked speculation earlier this week when she posted a photo of herself having dinner with her friend and divorce attorney, Loren La Forge-Kyriakoulis. On top of that, she originally captioned the photo: "Dinner with a great friend, getting great advice."
She later changed the caption to read: "Dinner with a great friend lots of laughs. #webothlovefood."
Giudice and her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, appeared on Wednesday's Watch Happens Live With Andy Cohen, and the mother of four was asked by a caller to elaborate as to why she was meeting up with a divorce attorney and supposedly seeking "advice."
"I was helping her," Giudice explained. "If anyone is getting a divorce, she's a great divorce attorney to call."
When she criticized people for jumping to conclusions, Cohen pointed out that she did meet up with a divorce attorney and posted on Instagram that she was "getting great advice."
Further defending herself, Giudice said she was getting guidance from La Forge-Kyriakoulis solely as a "friend."
"What's the matter with two women, sitting together, shooting the breeze?" the 45-year-old reality star added.
Putting the rumors to rest, Gorga straight up asked Giudice if she was considering divorcing Joe, to which she replied, "No, I'm not."
Joe is currently serving a 41-month prison sentence, which began on March 23, 2016, at the Federal Correctional Institute in Fort Dix, New Jersey. The couple pleaded guilty to fraud charges in 2014, but requested to serve jail time separately to ensure their daughters have parental care.
In October 2016, Teresa spoke with ET about how her husband was coping with being behind bars. “He is doing as well as could be expected,” she said. "He looks really good. I cannot wait for him to come home.”
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