RHONJ’s Teresa Giudice shares rare photo of reclusive daughter Gabriella, 17, after sharing teen's shocking career plan

TERESA Giudice has shared a new, rare photo of her reclusive daughter Gabriella after revealing the 17-year-old’s shocking career plans.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star, 50, has been spending the past few days celebrating her teen’s school accomplishments.


As Gabriella’s latest school year comes to an end, her mom couldn’t help but boast about all of her kid’s hard work.

Teresa, who shares four daughters with her ex Joe Giudice, posted a rare photo of the 17-year-old on her Instagram Story.

The teen tends to keep mainly out of the spotlight by staying off of public social media.

Once in a while, though, her mom can’t help but share sweet shots with her and her four daughters, or Gabriella on her own when she wants to celebrate her.

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On Friday night, the RHONJ star shared a sweet photo of the teen looking profession in a cream blazer and long, black skirt.

She wore her new brown hair in a sleek middle part, smoothly pulled back behind her.

Gabriella gave a big smile as she showed off her four awards she’d earned.

On her Instagram feed, Teresa gave fans a closer look at each of the papers – all of them noting a different accomplishment.

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One was for Gabriella’s excellence in business education, with the others for math, social studies, and world language.

They were all signed by the principal and two assistant principals, noting that she was being “recognized for receiving and Underclassman Award” for those four subjects.

The pleased mama gushed in the caption: “My beautiful Gabriella. You never cease to amaze me. 

“I'm so proud of what you've accomplished. 

“We all see the amount of effort and hard you put you put into everything you do! 

“I’m a super proud mom today and everyday. Love you beyond words.”

Earlier in the week, Teresa shared Gabriella's shocking plans for her career and where she plans on going to college.

At the NBCUniversal Upfront this past May, Bravo's The Daily Dish  asked the RHONJ star what her daughter's plans are as she prepares to leave the nest after graduating.

“We have to start looking at colleges," she told the outlet.

She went on to explain what her career plans might be.

"At first, she wanted to be a CIA agent, and then she saw how much money they made, and now she’s changed her mind."

"So, like, I can’t wait to see what college she goes to, because she is my smartest kid. I can’t wait to start looking at colleges with her and see where she ends up," Teresa ended the statement.

The reality star told The Daily Dish that Gabriella has a very high GPA so she should have her fair share of options.

Before the teen heads into her final year of high school, she enjoyed one of the milestone moments of her Junior year, donning a stunning emerald dress for her junior prom night.

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Wanting the best for her daughter, Teresa brought in celebrity makeup artist Priscilla DiStasio to do Gabriella’s glam.

Priscilla shared two videos showing off the teen’s breathtaking prom night look – an emerald green fishtail gown with a sweep train.


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