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Teresa Planning Romantic New Year's Eve With Cheater Joe After Prison

Teresa Joe Giudice New Years Plans Holiday
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Dec. 20 2015, Published 1:03 p.m. ET

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Teresa Giudice is vowing to get a new start for her troubled marriage in 2016. After husband Joe's many cheating scandals during her prison stint, RadarOnline.com has learned, she's planning a romantic New Year's Eve celebration to get them back on track."

"They are planning on doing something just the two of them for New Years," an insider told Radar.

"The kids will either stay with their friends or family. Teresa has talked about going on a warm tropical holiday for months, but she won't be able to do it until her house arrest is finished in February. And Joe could be in prison by then."

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"So for New Year's Joe is planning something very intimate," the source said. "Think candles, couple's massages, and lots of alone time. They are both looking forward to it."

For Christmas, the table-flipping housewife has already asked Gia, 14, Milania, 10, Gabriella, 9, and Audriana, 6, to buy some gifts for Joe with the help of her family, said the source, and she's also made some gifts of her own behind bars. She's also told Joe how to decorate the home for her arrival, but there's prison business to take care of before she heads back to New Jersey.

With Joe scheduled to go to prison in March, "Teresa is just focused on spending time with the girls and getting as much alone time with Joe as possible. No one is talking about his upcoming time behind bars," the source added.

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