Teresa Giudice denies her, Luis Ruelas’ marriage is on ‘shaky’ ground
In a recent podcast episode from PodcastOne called “Namaste B$tches”, Teresa Giudice, a star of “Real Housewives of New Jersey”, debunked rumors about her marriage with Luis “Louie” Ruelas. The rumors suggested that their marriage is “on the rocks” and “shaky” just ahead of their first anniversary. However, Giudice dismissed these allegations and firmly stated that there’s no such thing as their marriage being in trouble. She further added that she adores and loves her husband, and that they’re still in their “newlywed era”.
Giudice also addressed the speculation that she would say negative things about her marriage for the sake of a storyline in the upcoming season. She denied these allegations and said that she doesn’t need a storyline as she has a lot going on in her life. Moreover, she and Ruelas don’t pay attention to social media rumors and speculation.
Giudice confirmed that they’re still happy and content after tying the knot in August 2022. She also joked that they only shake together while dancing. Furthermore, she expressed her gratitude to God for their strong bond. Giudice and Ruelas met in the summer of 2020 and got engaged in October of the following year.
Giudice and Ruelas’ marriage has been the subject of rumors in recent times. Life & Style magazine recently reported that their union is in trouble after Giudice picked up on Ruelas’ “red flags”. However, Giudice hasn’t commented on these specific allegations.
Giudice also alluded to her ongoing feud with her brother Joe Gorga and his wife Melissa Gorga, which reached its peak on Season 13 of the show. She said that a lot of stuff was thrown at them, and it felt like people were trying to break them up, but there’s not even a dent in their relationship.
Teresa Giudice shut down rumors that her marriage to Luis “Louie” Ruelas is “on the rocks” and “shaky” ahead of their first anniversary.
“There’s no such thing,” the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star told co-host Melissa Pfeister on Wednesday’s “Namaste B$tches” episode from PodcastOne. “I love and adore him so much. Like, no. Nothing shaky.”
The Bravolebrity joked, “Maybe we shake together when we dance.”
When Pfeister noted that fans have been speculating Giudice, 51, and Ruelas, 48, would say their marriage wasn’t doing great for a “storyline” next season, the reality star issued another denial.
“No and, believe me, I don’t play like that,” Giudice said. “I play like what’s really going on in my life. … I don’t need a storyline. I have a lot going on.”
She admitted she “didn’t even know” about the marital rumblings until her co-host told her, explaining that she and Ruelas both “ignore” things written about them and “don’t even look at anything on social media.”
Although Pfeister didn’t specify where she heard the rumors, Life & Style magazine recently reported that the union is “in trouble” after Giudice picked up on Ruelas’ “red flags.”
Giudice has yet to respond to the outlet’s specific allegation but did confirm that they’re still happy as can be after tying the knot in August 2022.
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“To us, everything is peaches and cream. It really is, because we’re still newlyweds,” she clarified.
Later in the episode, Giudice alluded to her and Ruelas’ ongoing feud with her brother, Joe Gorga, and his wife, Melissa Gorga, which reached its peak on Season 13 of the show.
“There was a lot of stuff thrown at us,” Giudice said. “I feel like people were trying to break us up, but [there is] not even a dent, thank God. Thank you, God.
“You gotta be grateful to God because any other guy would’ve run away so quick and been like, ‘I’m out of here, I’m done,’” she continued. “But he really does love me. I’m glad I’ve seen that because a lot has been thrown our way.”
Giudice and Ruelas met in the summer of 2020 and got engaged in October of the following year. She was previously married to Joe Giudice, with whom she shares four daughters.