They’ve received a Mykonos glow about them.
Newlyweds Teresa Giudice and Luis “Louie” Ruelas seemed content as ever while honeymooning in Greece.
Though walking hand-in-hand down the seashore, Giudice and Ruelas stopped to hug and kiss in front of the other beachgoers.
The businessman couldn’t keep his palms to himself as he grabbed his wife’s backside whilst the pair laughed.
Giudice, 50, showed off her suit physique in a vibrant blue bikini paired with matching blue sun shades though Ruelas, 48, opted for gentle blue swim trunks with a darker waistband and a pair of aviators.
The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star held the shade theme likely bringing along a a child blue protect-up to finish the glance.
The pair tied the knot on Aug. 6 at Park Chateau Estate and Gardens in East Brunswick, N.J in front of 220 friends.
Notably not in attendance were being Giudice’s brother Joe Gorga and his spouse Melissa Gorga.
The pair skipped out on the nuptials following their several years-very long feud became “too harmful.”
“Sometimes when issues are too poisonous and you try out more than and more than and about once more and it just retains coming back all-around to the exact same issue … even if it’s family, you have to allow it go,” Melissa, 43, claimed on her “On Display” podcast last 7 days.
The two couples reportedly had major fight on the Time 13 finale of “RHONJ” after the Gorgas claimed Teresa pushed a cheating rumor that would “cause drama” in their marriage.
Even so, for the duration of Melissa’s podcast she claimed that there was more to the tale, insinuating that the serious challenge was with Ruelas.
“[There were] past altercations with Louie that we have never talked about and that we’ve resolved to sort of drive under the rug since we want Teresa to be content,” Melissa ongoing, introducing, “There’s items that we remain zipped about simply because we want her to be satisfied and have a excellent existence.”
Even amidst the feud, Joe and Melissa Gorga insist they “have no plans” to go away the fact collection.