RHONJ’s Teresa Giudice screams AND laughs after daughter Milania, 15, spits water in her face in quarantine prank – The Sun
The Real Housewives Of New Jersey star, 47, jokily screamed "I'll kill you!" after the 15-year-old spat water in her face as part of a coronavirus quarantine prank.
Milania kicked things off by asking, "What sound does a pig make?" to which Teresa replied: "Oink."
She went on: "What sound does a horse make?"
Teresa hesitantly answered: "Neigh."
Taking a sip of water, Milania then asked what sound a whale makes.
A confused Teresa repeated, "a whale?" just as Milania spat the water she was holding in her mouth all over her mom's face.
Teresa screamed as she wiped the water off her face, before bursting out laughing.
As Milania cackled into the camera, her mom jokily yelled, "Aargh, I'm going to kill you! Milania!"
The reality star shared a clip of the brilliant prank on Instagram on Friday.
She captioned it: "This is my Friday night! @milania_giudice356 got me too."
Her estranged husband Joe was clearly appreciative of their antics and commented: "Miss you girls."
He added: "Miss you all right now more than ever buddy," followed by several love heart emojis.
It's the second time Teresa's been pranked by her kids.
Last week, 19-year-old Gia pretended her mom had "cracked" her neck while pretending to be chiropractor, causing Teresa to scream in horror.
The Bravo star has been getting in plenty of quality time with her four daughters Gia, Gabriella, 16, Milania and Audriana, 11, as they hole up at her $3million New Jersey mansion during quarantine.
They haven't been joined by Teresa's estranged husband Joe, who is currently living in Salerno in the Campania region of Italy.
He returned to Italy after being released form an ICE detention in October 2019, where he's awaiting the outcome of his latest deportation appeal.
This followed the dad completing his 41-month prison sentence in March.
In December he and Teresa announced they were divorcing after more than 20 years of marriage.
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