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Teresa Giudice on liking Amber Marchese, Nicole Napolitano and Teresa Aprea

Teresa Giudice attends the 2013 Bravo New York Upfront at Pillars 37 Studios on April 3, 2013 in New York City.
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Amber Marchese, Nicole Napolitano and Teresa Aprea can rest easy for now. Their veteran co-star, Teresa Giudice, has no problem with them. In her latest Bravo blog entry, posted on Monday, July 21, Teresa G. gave her opinion on the new housewives of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey."

The latest episode showed the women, with the exception of Dina Manzo, celebrating Christmas with their families. In her blog, Teresa G. asked viewers for their thoughts on the new women. She wrote that at this point in the season, the viewers know the women more than she does since she had only met them a few times. Teresa said that she really liked the new women and that she still does.

Of course, Teresa G.'s opinions about the women may change as the season progresses, when she watches the episodes and hears what the women say about her when she's not there. As is often the case with the housewives, some may also criticize her to the media. In a recent interview with OK! Magazine, Nicole Napolitano hinted that viewers will see some drama between her and Teresa G. over her family.

The housewives were asked if Teresa G.'s serious legal situation put into perspective the disagreements that they had over minor issues. Nicole said that she wishes there were times where Teresa G. respected her and twin Teresa A.'s family more. Nicole added that especially with what Teresa G. is going through with her family, considering her and husband Joe Giudice's legal cases, she wishes that Teresa G. would've been more sensitive and realized how important family is and how words can really hurt. Teresa A. nodded her head and voiced her agreement.

It certainly seems as if Teresa G. has no idea that the twins may still be a bit upset at her over whatever it is she did. Viewers of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" will just have to wait to see whether Teresa Giudice's perceived lack of respect for Nicole Napolitano and Teresa Aprea's family is something real that happened or something that has been blown out of proportion.

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