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Teresa Giudice’s daughter Gabriella is all grown up — and ready for prom.
The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star, 49, documented Gabriella, 16, getting ready to attend the high school event in a series of videos posted to her Instagram Story on Thursday.
In the clips, the teen appeared all glammed up, thanks to celebrity makeup artist Priscilla Distasio working her magic for the special day.
“Gabriella’s getting ready for the prom,” Giudice was heard singing in the background of one video before adding, “Gabriella looks so beautiful! Look how beautiful you look! Look how beautiful she looks!”
In another clip, the Bravolebrity zoomed in on her daughter in the makeup chair, gushing, “Wow. Oh, my God, you look stunning! You’re my child, and I made you!”
An embarrassed Gabriella, meanwhile, attempted to cover her face as her proud mom incessantly filmed her.
“I love you,” Giudice said before the high schooler attempted to end the love barrage, exclaiming, “All right, OK, Mom!”
That did not stop the reality TV star, however, as she continued to show off Gabriella getting her hair crimped.
“Her hair looks phenomenal,” she raved. “Oh, my God, you’re so stunning! I can’t help it. I made you. I made you. Love, love, love!”
Giudice then posted a photo of Gabriella posing with her prom date in a deep-red, floor-length dress from New Jersey shop Cocos Chateau Gowns.
And in another photo, Gabriella was seen posing happily beside her younger sister, 15-year-old Milania, who dressed down for the occasion in a white T-shirt, black leggings and flip-flops.
Giudice shares Gabriella and Milania as well as 20-year-old Gia and 11-year-old Audriana with ex-husband Joe Giudice, to whom she was married from 1999 to 2020.
Joe, 49, did not attend his daughter’s momentous occasion on Thursday, as he was deported to his native Italy in 2019 following his 41-month prison sentence for wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud charges. He has also been spending time in the Bahamas as of late.
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