Teresa Giudice is taking it "one day at a time" after her husband Joe's deportation decision last week.
the The real housewives of New Jersey Star posted an Instagram with her daughter Gia during a college tour at Rutgers University over the weekend.
"Taking it one day at a time with my beautiful Gia," he wrote.
In the photo, Teresa and Gia, who is in their last year of high school, smile in front of the Rutgers visitor center in New Jersey.
The publication comes just a day after Teresa broke her silence on social media for the first time since a judge ruled that Joe will be deported to his native Italy at the end of his prison sentence.
He shared an image of the Statue of Liberty covering his eyes with his hands, apparently crying and covering his tears.
Teresa, 46, subtitled Instagram with a series of hand emojis praying. The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of immigration in the United States.
Joe, 46, is currently serving a 41-month prison sentence for mail fraud, bank transfer and bankruptcy that began in March 2016. He is scheduled to be released in 2019 and has 30 days to appeal the immigration court's decision .
Although Joe has lived in the United States since he was a child, he never obtained US citizenship, and immigrants can be deported from the United States if they are convicted of "a crime of moral turpitude" or "aggravated felony," as the United States. law.
A source previously told PEOPLE that Teresa "never imagined that Joe would actually be deported."
"This is going to break it," said the source. "She always knew that this was a possibility, but it was taken out of her head. That's the only way I could continue living day to day. "
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The couple shares four children: the daughters Gia, 17, Gabriella, 14, Milania, 13, and Audriana, 9.
Gia also addressed her father's deportation over the weekend.
Gia shared a photo back with her father Sunday night, saying that Joe "is not a threat to society" and "would never harm a soul".
"My father made his time and learned from his mistakes," he said. "Is not it supposed that being there makes you realize your mistakes in order to become a better person? And that's exactly what my father did."