RHONJ’s Teresa and Joe Giudice’s daughter Gia, 19, gets tattoo in honor of deported felon father – The Sun

REAL Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa and Joe Giudice's daughter, Gia, got a tattoo in honor of her deported, felon father.

Joe also got a chest tattoo earlier this year, which he dedicated to his daughters, especially Gia.

Back when Joe first got his giant eagle tattoo on his chest, the 19-year-old teased her dad's followers when she alluded to getting one done too.

She's finally revealed where she got it when she posed with two of her friends.

A tiny sliver of the tattoo could be seen hidden underneath her grey dress, peaking just under her arm.

Several of her fans asked her if she had gotten a tattoo since they could somewhat see it.

One woman asked her: "Gia, do you have a tattoo on the side of your ribcage?"

"Yes, I do … me and my dad got one together. I have a little bird and he has the eagle on his chest.

"Just means we can fly to each other whenever we want and we are always a flight away …also resembles rising to heaven for my grandparents."

Giancito Gorga, Teresa's father, passed away in early April and Gia, along with her sisters and cousins, were all part of the funeral.

Back in March, Joe got an eagle-tattoo on his chest in honor of his four daughters.

He gave fans a glimpse of him getting the tattoo before addressing Gia on camera.

He told his oldest daughter in the first video: "Alright, Gia, I just want you to know that I'm doing this because of you.

"This hurts and I hate it. Oh, I hate tattoos."

He captioned this first video: "What you do for the kids you love (everything) #pact I want to have them with me forever."

In a second video, the recently single father of four showed off the finished piece – an eagle head melting into a mountain and a smaller bird inside.

Alongside this second video where he told his tattoo artist that she did a "good job", he wrote: "This is it Gia hope you like it! I got this to symbolize that I will always be my girls because it flies higher than any other bird.

"I want to give them strength to mount up with wings as eagles, they shall always run and not be spent. My girls will always be powerful and courageous women. I promise to look over you as strength and shield them from harm.

"Daddy loves you forever.

Aside from the current distance between the family, Joe has always been very close to his daughters.

Fans of the show saw when Teresa Giudice and the girls visited him in Italy and their daughters sprinted towards him when they first saw him.

Unfortunately, it might sometime before Gia and her sisters get to see their dad again as they are all under quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic with Italy being hit the hardest.

The 47-year-old father's federal deportation appeal was recently denied and reality star must stay abroad.

Court papers read: "It is now hereby ORDERED and ADJUDGED by this Court that the petition for review of the decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals entered on April 11, 2019, is DENIED."

In one of Joe's arguments, he insisted he was “not convicted of an aggravated felony offense because there was no loss to a victim exceeding $10,000.”

But the appeals court concluded the arguments “have no merit.”

Joe, 47, is currently living in his native Italy, while his estranged wife Teresa, 47, and their four daughters, Gia, 19, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 10, remain in America.

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