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Joe Giudice dances with daughter Audriana after Teresa takes the family to Italy

JOE Giudice enjoyed a sweet dance with his 10-year-old daughter Audriana after wife Teresa took the family to Italy.

The family have been updating fans via social media as they reunited on the Amalfi Coast after Joe, 47, was deported to the European country from America.

Earlier this week, Joe shared his happiness when Real Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa and their four daughters joined him overseas - and it looks like they are making the most of their quality time together.

Taking to her Instagram Story earlier today, 47-year-old Teresa shared clips of an intimate party, with Joe and his youngest child sharing a tender moment as they slow-danced together.

Audriana is holding her face close to her father's chest, fighting back a smile in a casual black hoodie and trousers.

Joe looks thrilled to have his daughter close by, also cutting a casual figure in a simple red T-Shirt and dark jeans.

Earlier in the day, the family enjoyed a trip to medieval cathedral Duomo Di Amalfi, and the children indulged in chocolatey cookies and ice cream.

In addition to Audriana, Joe and Teresa - who married in 1999 - are mum and dad to Gia, 18, 15-year-old Gabriella, and Milania, 14.

Last month, Joe was allowed to return to his native Italy after being released from ICE custody ahead of a final legal decision being made on his deportation.

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Joe was born in Lombardy and though he emigrated to the US as a child he didn't ever obtain American citizenship - and when he and Teresa were both convicted of various counts of fraud in 2014 he became vulnerable to being deported.

The couple served back-to-back sentences in jail, allowing one of them to be home with their children, but after Joe completed his 36-month stint in prison he was transferred to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Both Joe and Teresa previously admitted that their 20-year marriage is riding on their reunion as they admitted that they were at a crossroads.

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