The Real Housewives of New Jersey has officially started filming it’s sixth season, and it appears the drama between sister-in-laws Melissa Gorga and Teresa Giudice may officially be over, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The housewives, whose feud boiled over last season, were spotted together –- happily, chatting away -- at a cheerleading competition for their daughters on Saturday, and Radar has all the details.
“There wasn’t any drama. It was all about their kids,” an eyewitness told Radar. “Perhaps they’re leaving the drama for the cameras, but it appears their feud is over for now.”
During the outing, Melissa tweeted a photo of her daughter Antonia and niece Milania in their cheerleading uniforms, writing: “Look at these two beautiful cheerleaders! They did amazing today!”
Sharing Melissa’s adorable photo, Teresa added: “Milania & Antonia at their cheerleading competition, so proud of them both.”
“With Milania at her cheerleading competition, she did amazing...” Teresa wrote on Instagram, while captioning another pic, “Daddy’s little girl!”
The Bravolebrities are facing up to 50 years in jail on 41 counts of fraud. The Giudice’s trial is set to start in February of 2014.
Only time will tell if the in-laws will keep the peace. The two families have been working to repair their relationship.
But our insider previously warned that the peace probably isn’t going to last.
They said: “Teresa won’t have a story line if she isn’t fighting with someone and as soon as the taping starts the gloves will probably come off.”