Teresa Giudice Shares Moment From Mom’s Funeral

A funeral was held on Tuesday for Teresa Giudice’s mother, Antonia Gorga, who died last week and Teresa shared a moment from the funeral on her Instagram. During the burial, mourners let dozens of white balloons go into the sky as a final farewell to Teresa’s mother. Giudice shared the video that was set to Charlie Puth and Wiz Khalifa’s emotional track, “See You Again.”

“Clear skies all the way to HEAVEN for my Mommy,” Teresa captioned the video. “I Love You. #loveforamom.”

Clear skies all the way to HEAVEN for my Mommy ❤🙏🏻 I Love You ❤ #loveforamom💕

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Antonia was 66-years old. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Giudice and Gorga families at this time.

Photo Credit: Instagram

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Has anyone heard what caused her death? She was so young…….

no word yet; I’ve been googling this; she had been in hospital for a while. (wonder if it is self inflicted like alcohol related; or sadly cancer; I’m sure family keeping it private for a reason).

I think this is so sad. For years Theresa has worried over her father’s health and all the times he was in the hospital. Her mother always seemed in good health. This must have been a real shock. Yes it is the grandchildren I feel the sorriest for.

“Natural causes” is what is being reported. Lady must have had hard life with death at 66 being “natural”. So sad for the grandchildren.

Thanks Egg. Maybe she was just born with a damaged heart or lungs. Anyway, dying at 66 doesn’t seem natural to me either.

What a lovely tribute to a dearly loved mother who went too soon. RIP dear woman.

I am against balloon releases for any reason, even though it looked nice. I am so sorry for their great loss. I feel sorry for the Gorgas and Giudices. They are lucky their mom saw all of her grandchildren and was there for them. My mom was 64 and I was at home, the youngest, when she passed. 66 is still young. Thankfully she had her children young enough to enjoy grandchildren and be there. It is so hard to lose the center of the family and in my Italian American family, mom was the heart and soul of it… Read more »