Dina Manzo Posts Cryptic Messages Before Teresa Giudices' Wedding

Dina Manzo Posts Cryptic Messages Before Teresa Giudices' Wedding ...

According to People magazine, Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas will celebrate their wedding on August 6, 2022 in New Jersey. They will be joined by friends and family as they exchange vows at Park Chateau Estate and Garden in East Brunswick.

Several individuals will not be able to attend Giudices' wedding, for starters. According to Page Six, Giudices' only brother, Joe Gorga, and his wife Melissa, will not be there.

Dina Manzo, Giudices' longtime best friend, is expected to not be present at the wedding. According to a source, Manzo wanted nothing to do with being on television and did not want to be there if TV cameras were involved. Ultimately, she decided it was best for her to keep the conversation to herself.

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Giudice was fine with Manzo's decision to postpone the wedding, according to sources.

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A source told Page Six after news broke that Manzo would not be attending the wedding. Despite rumors, Giudice said the two were still friends.

Dina has stated that she does not want to be on camera, and Teresa is fine with it.

Heavy wrote to reps for assistance at the time, but never received back.

Manzo and Giudice continue to connect on social media, but haven't shared any pictures together since May 2022.

Manzo Shared Cryptic Posts on Instagram

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Manzo was not involved in any pre-wedding activities, according to social media footage from Giudices' bridal shower and rehearsal dinner. These events were shot by Bravo, which may be the cause for Manzo's absence.

Manzo took to Instagram to share a few thoughts about letting go in the hours leading up to Giudices' wedding.

Manzo shared a quote on August 5, 2022.

The more you let go, the more your purpose for living increases. The more your purpose for living increases, the more you live. In other words, there is no more important work you can do, than the work you're doing for yourself on this journey.

Manzo posted a paragraph on knowing when to end things a few hours later.

I hope you have the courage to see ends as beautiful, transformative stepping stones. I hope you have the courage to accept love and opportunity as the message began.

Please, I hope you have the courage to go forward. I hope you have the courage to walk with grace, as the paragraph concluded.