RHONJ, Melissa Gorga, Teresa Giudice

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Christmas is a time where families usually put aside their differences to celebrate together, but that might not be the case for Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga.

The sisters-in-law who famously have a sour relationship continue to not get along, and a source tells E! News that if they get together for the holiday it will be strictly for the cameras. "If the Gorgas and the Giudices do anything together, it's because Bravo is asking them to," the insider says. "It is not one big happy family by any means."

Teresa will have just gotten out of her 15-month prison term and has said that she wants to celebrate with a low-key affair at home. It doesn't seem as if either one of the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars will let bygones be bygones as "Melissa asked if she could visit Teresa in prison and Teresa said no," the source adds. "There is no love lost there.

"Make no mistake, Melissa and Teresa still cannot stand each other."

Another source, meanwhile, says that Teresa has been invited to Melissa's for dinner but reports of them not being able to stand each other are overblown.

Meanwhile, we do know where they won't be reuniting: Sources tell us that Jacqueline Laurita also has been requested to host a holiday party for the show this weekend (ahead of Teresa's release date) to introduce the new cast members.

One source says, "All Teresa wants is a very low-key Christmas at home with her family. Literally the only thing she cares about is coming home to Joe and the kids." But we're told to expect cameras chronicling her homecoming and the family's holiday as this will be their last Christmas together before Joe Giudice reports for prison.

Another source previously revealed to E! News that Teresa is focused on returning to husband Joe and her four daughters and everything else is good to fall by the wayside. "All Teresa wants is a very low-key Christmas at home with her family," the other insider added.

"Literally the only thing she cares about is coming home to Joe and the kids."

In the meantime, Teresa's family is busy counting the short amount of days left until she goes home. "Everyone's just very proud of how she's handled things and gotten through it and stayed strong," another source said. "They're really thankful she's finally coming home."

(E! Online and Bravo are both members of the NBCUniversal family.)

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