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Teresa and Joe Giudice will not be invited to Lauren Manzo’s wedding

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Caroline Manzo and Teresa Giudice never had a close friendship and now that Caroline has left “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” the two have no relationship at all. It should come as no surprise that Lauren Manzo has not put Teresa and her husband Joe on the guest list for her wedding.

Teresa Giudice is best friends with Dina Manzo, who is estranged from her sister Caroline. Dina may be invited to Lauren Manzo and Vito Scalia’s wedding, but according to a report on Tuesday, April 15 from Radar Online, Lauren has no plans to invite Teresa and Joe Giudice to either the wedding or the reception, which will be held at the family-owned Brownstone.

There is some question as to whether Lauren will invite her aunt Dina to her wedding and reception. Caroline and Dina have not spoken in quite some time and Caroline blames Teresa Giudice for the rift between them. Dina separated from her husband Tommy Manzo in October 2012 after seven years of marriage. Not only are Caroline and Dina sisters, they are sisters-in-law. Caroline’s husband Albert Manzo, owner of The Brownstone, is the older brother of Dina’s estranged husband Tommy Manzo.

Lauren Manzo and Vito Scalia, who have been dating for about four years, are planning to wed sometime in 2015. Scalia and Manzo’s brother Albert “Albie” Manzo were roommates in college. No word yet on whether the wedding will be filmed for “Manzo’d With Children.” Lauren owns Cafface Beauty Bar and Spa. Vito works in the family business, Best of Little Italy, an Italian deli in Monroe, N.Y.

Even if Teresa and Joe Giudice were invited to Lauren and Vito’s wedding it would be highly improbable that they would be able to attend. Teresa has pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges and faces either house arrest or prison time. Teresa Giudice may not even be able to continue filming “The Real Housewives of New Jersey”. Joe Giudice faces jail time and possible deportation.

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