‘RHONJ’ star Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas are married: Look inside the couple’s lavish New Jersey wedding


Teresa Giudice became a married woman again and had her fairy tale wedding to new husband Luis Ruelas at Park Chateau Estate & Gardens in New Jersey on Saturday.

The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” icon was surrounded by friends, family and colleagues from various Bravo franchises as she said “I do” to Ruelas in front of more than 200 guests at the East Brunswick estate.

His daughters Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana served as his official bridesmaids, while his sons David and Nicholas stood at the altar with their father as the couple said their vows.

Giudice wore a fitted strapless dress that flared out into a mermaid hem, in addition to a long white veil with “semper insieme” sewn on the bottom in Italian, which translates to “always together.”

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‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Teresa Giudice married Luis Ruelas on Saturday.
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Teresa wore sheer elbow-length gloves with pearls sewn into the fabric and a huge diamond crown matching a pair of sparkling earrings under her long extensions.

Ruelas, 46, wore a white blazer with black pants and a black bow tie for the outdoor affair, which was covered in white roses and featured a white runner down the aisle.

Giudice reportedly walked down the aisle to “Ave Maria” in honor of her late parents, and the couple lit unity candles with their children to signify their new family unity.

Their nuptials were filmed for a TV special to air after the 13th season of “RHONJ.”

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Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas arrive at the floral altar before saying "I do."

Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas arrive at the floral altar before saying “yes”.
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Teresa Giudice and husband Luis Ruelas kiss at their wedding in New Jersey tonight in front of guests

Teresa Giudice and husband Luis Ruelas kiss at their wedding in New Jersey tonight in front of guests
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A host of housewives were in the audience to watch the ceremony, with Jennifer Aydin, Dolores Catania, Jackie Goldschneider and Margaret Josephs representing “RHONJ”, Jill Zarin and Dorinda Medley of “RHONY”, Kenya Moore, Phaedra Parks and Cynthia Bailey from “Real Housewives of Atlanta”, Ashey Darby from “Real Housewives of Potomac” and Chanel Ayan from the new Dubai franchise.

Aydin, who also served as bridesmaid for Giudice, shared a behind-the-scenes snap on Instagram of her friend getting ready for the big day. “Love makes beautiful,” she wrote.

Zarin wrote on Instagram that it was “one of the most beautiful weddings” she had ever attended, and praised the “biggest cowboy steaks” at dinner, in addition to the flowers and the music.

Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas arrive at the floral altar before saying "I do."

Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas arrive at the floral altar before saying “yes”.
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In particular, the brother and sister-in-law of Giudice were missing in broad daylight. Joe and Melissa Gorga. Former “RHONJ” star Dina Manzo was also absent, People magazine reported.

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Melissa and Joe instead spent time with her family and shared photos from a shore fishing adventure.

Joe Giudice, Tre’s ex-husband, told TMZ he’s “happy” his ex-wife is remarrying, but feels “sorry” that her new husband has to live with his in-laws, Joe and Melissa Gorga.

“I’ve dealt with this thorn in my side for 20 years. Unfortunately, they always come back,” he told the outlet.

Giudice, 50, met Ruelas in 2020 and the couple got engaged in October when he popped the question on the beach in Greece.

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