Teresa Giudice revealed on Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday that she would be happy for her daughters to live in Italy with husband Joe.
Her comment came as Andy Cohen, 51, read a viewer question for Teresa that said, 'If any of your children wanted to go live with Joe, would you allow it?'
'Yes, of course,' replied the mom of four.
Teresa Giudice said she would 'of course' be happy for her daughters to live with Joe in Italy
Living in exile: The Real Housewives Of New Jersey stars reunited last month as Teresa and the girls joined Joe in Italy
Giudice previously confirmed that her daughters - Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 10 - will celebrate Christmas with their father Joe in Italy.
'They've never spent Christmas in Italy before,' Teresa, 47, told People. 'So that'll be nice and different. And there's a lot of family there too, so it'd be nice.'
She did not confirm her own plans, saying simply: 'It depends on my work schedule.'
On Wednesday's WWHL show, Teresa also talked about Joe's failure to obtain U.S. citizenship.
Joe, 47, has often painted his failure to obtain US citizenship as a thoughtless mistake, something overlooked in the passing of time.
Nothing right: Teresa's dad Giacinto Gorga criticized Joe during Wednesday's episode of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey and said he told him six times to obtain US citizenship
Deported felon: Joe is shown in Italy in an Instagram snap he shared Monday after being deported upon completion of serving his prison sentence for fraud
He currently lives in Italy while appealing his permanent deportation, having gone there after spending seven months in a Pennsylvania ICE detention center following his prison sentence.
Teresa's father, Giacinto Gorga, critiqued Joe's inaction on Wednesday's episode of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey.
He told his daughter: 'I slap your husband. He never did nothing right. He did everything wrong. Six times I told him, ''Go make a citizen.'' ''Yeah, Yeah, I'll go.'' He never did. He gotta blame himself.'
Viewer question: Andy relayed a question from a viewer who asked, 'If any of your children wanted to go live with Joe, would you allow it?' and Teresa answered, 'Yes, of course'
Teresa said Giacinto's comment related to the fact that every time the family went on vacation, Joe would be in one passport line and the rest of them in another, which held them up.
'And my father used to tell him, ''Go get your citizenship,'' and he's told him a million times,' Teresa revealed. 'My dad really did tell him a lot of times.'
As to the question of whether she should remain married to Joe, Teresa said her father supported 'whatever makes me happy.'
On Wednesday's RHONJ, Teresa was shown flirting with her hunky pool contractor Tony, a high school flame, but she told Andy that when they dated, 'We never did the nasty.'
In a preview of next week's RHONJ, Teresa's castmate Margaret Josephs, 52, made a pointed joke at her expense, saying that a friend of theirs didn't date men who were 'jailbait.'
The crack was clearly aimed at Teresa, who was rumored to be with a younger man, though she told Andy: 'I wasn't pissed. I knew what she was doing. I just wanted her to know that I knew.'
Former flame: The 47-year-old reality star was shown flirting with her high school flame Tony, but told Andy, 'We never did the nasty'
Although still married to Joe, Teresa might feel good about her dating