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Teresa Giudice Sends Second Tweet From Prison During “This Most Difficult Time”

Teresa Giudice and daughter Gia
Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice shared her second social media update from prison on Thursday, June 25, thanking fan for standing by her side during the "most difficult time."

Dos for Tre. Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice shared her second social media update from behind bars on Thursday, June 25, addressing her 1 million-plus followers on Twitter.

Echoing her previous tweet, which was posted on May 31, the Bravo star, 43, expressed gratitude again to fans as she continues her stint behind bars at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Conn.

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Us Weekly confirmed that the tweet was sent out by her eldest daughter Gia, 14, who blasted the initial update as well. (Teresa and Joe also share three other girls, Gabrielle, 10, Milania, 9, and Audriana, 5.)

Teresa is five months into her 15-month prison sentence, which she is carrying out on fraud charges. The Bravo star released a statement exclusively to Us Weekly in the April 13 cover story, which featured the first photo of the New Jersey native in her prison garb.

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"I miss Joe and my girls terribly, but we are going to get through this as a family one day at a time," Tre told Us at the time, via her lawyer. "We will be stronger because of this. Nothing can break us apart."

Her husband Joe, who will serve a subsequent 41-month prison stint after she is released in December, also updated Us on how his wife has been doing. "She exercises after every meal," he revealed to Us. "It's like a low-budget spa. They do spin class, ab classes…. She's getting pretty ripped up!"

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While Teresa remains incarcerated, her husband Joe began filming his Bravo special with their daughters earlier this month. As Us exclusively revealed this week, the hour-long special focuses on life at home with his four girls.

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