TERESA Giudice has revealed her real body with folds on her stomach in unedited photos while on holiday in Greece.
The ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star flaunts her figure alongside her husband Luis Ruelas and their daughters.
Teresa, 51, was recently spotted sunbathing in Mykonos.
She stood in the Aegean Sea and let the water come up to her buttocks.
The RHONJ star wore a black bikini with silver glitter detailing all over.
Her long dark hair fell straight over her shoulders.
She hid her face behind oversized sunglasses.
Eventually, two of her daughters joined her in the water.
Audriana was seen hugging her mother while her other sister, Gabriella, hung out nearby.
In another photo, Audriana’s hands moved from her mother’s waist down to her bottom.
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Luis was photographed lounging on the beach and briefly jumping in the water to kiss Teresa.
He matched her in a black bathing suit.
This isn’t the first time fans have seen Teresa’s unedited body during her trip to Greece.
Photos emerged Wednesday of the Bravo personality rocking a revealing bikini on the beach.
She almost slipped out of the colorful low-cut swimsuit.
The matching bottoms were just as skimpy and barely covered her bum.
Other photos showed Teresa wearing the same swimsuit with a beach cover up.
She completed the look with a white cowboy hat.
For his part, Luis showed off his body in orange swim trunks.
PHOTOSHOP FAUX PAS
Teresa came under fire days earlier for sharing photos that appeared to be heavily edited.
She posed alongside fellow RHONJ members Jennifer Aydin, 46, and Caroline Rauseo, 51, and other friends at a Barbie-style birthday party.
Teresa wore a tight pink bodysuit with cut out details on the torso and stomach.
She wore silver jewelry and wore her hair combed straight.
The TV personality captioned that Instagram post: “C’mon Barbie, let’s party,” with a pink heart emoji.
In the comments section of the post, fans slammed the Real Housewives star for over-editing her photos.
One said, “What the hell is that?”
Others commented “The Photoshop came out” and “Photoshop Rampage”.
A third said: “I can’t believe how Photoshopped these images are. Please be real, Teresa.”
Someone else said, “Why can’t people age gracefully? Show people how beautiful you are without doing fake jobs.”
Another wrote: “Omg Teresa enough with the FaceTune. You look like a cartoon character. You had a whole face transplant and you look like a completely different person. Why do you still need filters?”