Joe Giudice is showing off the kitchen and outdoor space of his home in the Bahamas.
Years after being deported to his native Italy for fraud crimes, the former husband of the Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and the father of her four daughters, Gia Giudice, 21, Gabriella Giudice, 18, Milania Giudice, 16, and Audriana Giudice, 13, took his fans and followers on Instagram inside of his current island residence, which features a stunning waterfront view.
In a series of videos shared to his social media account, many of which were focused on his cooking adventures, Joe gave his online audience a look at his kitchen, which features white cabinets, a blue and gray tiled backsplash, and a large window.
While Joe’s current kitchen may not be as large as the one he shared with Teresa at their nearly-10,000-square-foot mansion in Montville, New Jersey, which sold in February for just under $2 million, he does plenty of cooking in the space.
In fact, Joe does so much cooking at his Bahamas home that some have called for him to start his own cooking series.
Joe’s home features a matching stainless steel and black microwave and stove set, while his refrigerator is stainless steel.
Outside of Joe’s kitchen is an outdoor living space, which has been outfitted with a circular wooden table and matching chairs.
In a video of his balcony, Joe turned his camera to show off the incredible view he has of nearby waterways and canals.
As RHONJ fans may recall, Joe was sent back to Italy after his 2019 release from prison but didn’t stay in Europe for very long. Instead, in 2021, after traveling to the Bahamas for a celebrity boxing match, he decided to relocate full-time to the Bahamas, where he’s remained ever since.
“It’s so close to the States… I have a future here,” Joe told Teresa and her podcast co-host, Melissa Pfeister, on the December 14 episode of Namaste B$tches, via Bravo’s The Daily Dish. “I’m good here.”
In addition to being an easier flight for his daughters, Joe has been able to find work similar to what he’d done while living in the U.S.
“This is what I grew up doing, like construction, rentals, this is what I did in the States,” Joe explained as Teresa revealed he’s “building homes.”
According to Joe, he’s “second in charge” to an owner and “run[s] everything” for the owner “every day.”
“It’s an easy job,” he continued. “I’m not complaining. I get a salary, and we’re partners for other things that I bring in, like stucco.”
Joe is also working on a few other projects, which could get him “back to where [he] was” prior to his prison stint.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey season 13 premieres on February 7 on Bravo.
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