It's the end of an era.
Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice have decided to separate after being married for nearly 20 years, E! News confirmed. At this time, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star has yet to pull the trigger and file for divorce from her longtime husband, who's been living his home country of Italy after spending five months in an ICE detention facility.
"Teresa and Joe's marriage is completely over," a source previously shared with us. "Teresa is in no rush to file for divorce, but their relationship is done."
It seems the reality TV personalities are focusing on their four daughters, Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana.
"Teresa is really focused on being an amazing mom to their daughters. She wants to keep things as stable as possible during this hard time surrounding the deportation," the same insider shared. "She doesn't want to crush them even more with news of a divorce."
Despite the beloved pair's split, a separate insider told E! News that his daughters will see him for Christmas. However, the 47-year-old fitness guru won't be joining them and it's part of the reason why they decided to announce their breakup, according to the source.
This will mark their kids' second visit to Italy in recent weeks. The family reunited for the first time in three years in early November. Of their short but sweet trip, Teresa opened up about her experience with Joe in a candid interview with Good Morning America.
"We were there to enjoy each other's time. You know, lots of laughs, lots of tears and reacquainting with each other," the Bravolebrity told ABC News Correspondent, Paula Faris. "It was pretty amazing. I had the best time ever, it was so good."
While the longtime couple had previously discussed working things out, it looks like the decision to separate was the best one for both of them. At this time, the two have yet to publicly address their breakup.
If you've been a fan of their relationship since their early filming days of Real Housewives of New Jersey, relive their highest of highs and their lowest of lows in our gallery below.
(E! and Bravo are both part of NBCUniversal).