Joe Giudice Reunites With Daughters for 1st Time in Nearly 1 Year

first_imgHe and Teresa, 48, called it quits in December 2019 after 20 years of marriage.“Teresa and Joe have separated, but have no plans to divorce yet,” a source told Us Weekly at the time. “Teresa and Joe talked about their future when she and the girls were in Italy and decided it was best for them to separate. Neither of them wanted to be in a long-distance relationship. Joe has been dating in Italy, Teresa is busy taking care of their girls right now. They harbor no ill will towards each other and will continue to coparent their kids.”- Advertisement – Reunited and it feels so good! Joe Giudice and Teresa Giudice’s four daughters visited their dad in Italy for the first time in 2020.“Happy to be back,” Milania, 15, captioned a Friday, November 6, Instagram photo of herself smiling with the former reality star, 48.Joe Giudice Reunites With His Daughters for 1st Time in Nearly 1 YearJoe Giudice and Milania Giudice Courtesy of Milania Giudice/Instagram- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The former couple finalized their divorce in September, and Joe has been dating “a lawyer.”He told Wendy Williams the following month: “She’s helping out a lot out here, it’s good because I have a lot of things going on out here and she’s putting together a lot of deals for me. We’ve been seeing each other, you know what I mean? I wouldn’t say that we’re boyfriend, girlfriend, but we’re kind of like hanging out a lot.”Joe went on to say that he talks to his daughters “every day,” saying, “Melania was just gonna call me now. I was watching them play soccer yesterday through the phone. So, good thing for the phones. It’s better to be there in person, but what are you gonna do? Right now, I wouldn’t be able to come there anyway.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! The teenager went on to post Instagram Story videos with her siblings — Gia, 19, Gabriella, 16, and Audriana, 11 — walking through Rome. “We’re back,” she wrote.Joe’s daughters last came to Italy in December 2019. “They are so cute so happy,” he captioned an Instagram video at the time. The Italy native said in the footage: “Welcome to Italy again. I love you. You’re so cute.”That was Joe’s second visit with his kids since he moved to Italy in October following his deportation order. He was taken into ICE custody seven months prior after completing a 41-month prison sentence.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Angels’ Dino Ebel expected to be among Dodgers’ coaching hires

first_img Dodgers lose a wild game to the Giants in 11 innings The Dodgers plan to begin filling the vacancies on their major league coaching staff in the next few days and Angels coach Dino Ebel is expected to be among the new hires.The 52-year-old Ebel has spent the past 14 seasons on Mike Scioscia’s coaching staff with the Angels, serving as the third-base coach for most of that time and Scioscia’s bench coach for four seasons. He would replace Chris Woodward, the Dodgers’ third-base and infield coach over the past three seasons who left to become the Texas Rangers’ new manager.The Dodgers have three other vacancies to fill. Hitting coach Turner Ward left for the same position with the Cincinnati Reds. Assistant hitting coach Luis Ortiz joined Woodward’s staff in Texas. And gameplanning/communications coach Danny Lehmann is also not expected to return in 2019.Ebel began his professional career in the Dodgers’ organization, spending six seasons as an infielder in the minor leagues. After serving as a player-coach with minor-league teams in San Antonio and San Bernardino, he was a full-time coach and manager in the Dodgers’ farm system until joining the Angels as manager of their Triple-A affiliate in Salt Lake City in 2005. He joined Scioscia’s major-league staff after bench coach Joe Maddon left to become the Tampa Bay Rays manager in 2006. Dodgers’ Will Smith: ‘I feel like it’s been five years’ since his 2019 debut Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Meanwhile in roster moves, the Dodgers released relievers Erik Goeddel and Zac Rosscup who were designated for assignment last week. Utilityman Tim Locastro was also DFAed last week. He was traded to the New York Yankees for minor-league right-hander Drew Finley (the son of Dodgers vice president of amateur and international scouting David Finley).Also, Villa Park grad Jacob Scavuzzo has signed with the San Diego Padres as a minor-league free agent. A 21st-round draft pick of the Dodgers in 2012, Scavuzzo hit .308 with a .945 OPS and 13 home runs in 61 games at Class-A Rancho Cucamonga in 2015 but stalled out at Double-A over the next three seasons.Staff writer Jeff Fletcher contributed to this story. Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco last_img read more