“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Jacqueline Laurita’s husband thought that she would be the best person to speak out about autism since she has declared herself a voice for her son Nicholas. Even though she has a fear of public speaking, her husband stood behind her. But he did laugh when she asked Teresa Giudice for help. According to a new Bravo blog published on Sept. 16, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Jacqueline Laurita is now revealing that she is actually rather thankful that Giudice decided to help her out with her speech and fear of public speaking.
“I was grateful to have Teresa helping me with ideas for my speech. She was trying really hard to be more attentive to the struggles I was dealing with, and I was trying really hard to just be there for her if she needed me without asking too many questions. If she ever reached out and needed me, of course I would be there,” Laurita revealed in her blog about Giudice helping her.
And it sounds like she did reach out to her for a reason. Just months before this episode was filmed, Giudice had done a speech for the Nephcure Foundation, something she has been working with since filming "Celebrity Apprentice."
What do you think of Laurita conquering her fears?