Teresa Giudice steps out in New York City as it's revealed she has been having 'flirty' chats with husband Joe following family reunion in Italy
She has had doubts about the future of their marriage.
But Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe have seemingly found that spark once again.
'She's in a really happy place': Teresa Giudice have been FaceTiming each other frequently after their recent reunion in Italy, with some of the interactions being a little 'flirty', a source told Us Weekly (pictured Friday in New York City)
'Teresa and Joe have been talking and FaceTiming a ton since she got back to Italy,' the insider told the magazine.
The reality star was pictured in New York City rocking a black athleisure look with dazzling boots amid the news.
Only time will tell where their relationship is headed, but the insider said for now, Teresa is in a really good place.
'She's been really happy and in a good place since she got back,' the source said. 'Their interactions are a little flirty too, but that could just be the honeymoon stage all over again.'
Teresa has returned returned home after spending four days in Italy visiting Joe with their daughters.
Working on his fitness: Joe Giudice made sure to maintain his fit physique as he hit a punching bag at the gym
Family time: Teresa has returned returned home after spending four days in Italy visiting Joe with their daughters
'She's been really happy': Only time will tell where their relationship is headed, but the insider said for now, Teresa is in a really good place
An Italian national, Joe is currently in Italy awaiting the final decision in his deportation case after his green card was revoked following his prison release in March.
Both Teresa and Joe served time for mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud, though were allowed to serve their sentences in succession so the children would have a parent at home.
The painful legal battle that separated their family has put their marriage through the wringer, and recently an insider indicated a split was inevitable.
With his girls: Joe and his four daughters, Gia, Gabriella, Milania, Audriana, on the Amalfi Coast during their trip to visit him in Italy
'They're definitely getting a divorce,' a source told Radar.com.
Teresa had her doubts about the future of their romantic relationship during an interview with Good Morning America after her trip to Italy.
The reality star responded hesitantly when she was asked if she saw a future with him: 'There's always going to be a place in my heart for Joe. I'll always love him. Always.'
Family time: The reality star spent four days in Italy visiting Joe with their daughters earlier this month
Teresa insisted she had been 'completely' faithful to him the entire time, but gave pause when asked if he had been loyal to her.
'I never caught him, it was like hearsay.'
Giudice said that while she does not know what the future holds for the pair, she does not plan on filing for divorce soon.
'Not anytime...,' she started to say, before answering firmly: 'No.'
Hanging in the balance: Appearing on Good Morning America after her trip, Teresa said she had doubts about the future of their relationship
As for their future together, she was less certain.
'I don't know. Imagine he lived in Italy and you lived here? I don't know if that's a feasible relationship.'
Asked if she believed she would find happiness and love with her husband again, she replied, 'To be determined!', adding that they were 'taking it day by day'.
The reality star said she was open to finding love again with someone else if her marriage ended.
These boots were made for walking: Giudice was pictured out in New York sporting dazzling boots
'I'm still young. If it does go that path, I want the same for Joe... if that's the path we choose, yes.
'We only really want the best for each other, we really do. I'll start crying because we both do. I kept crying on the trip because of that.
'I do want happiness again, I want Joe to be happy, my daughters, well they are happy,' she said.
Legal battle: Both Teresa and Joe served time for mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud, though were allowed to serve their sentences in succession so the children would have a parent at home (pictured 2013 leaving a Newark, New Jersey court)