Carloine Manzo, Teresa Giudice, Dina Manzo

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Jacqueline Laurita felt "so betrayed" by Teresa Giudice, she didn't even show up to The Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion!

So it doesn't seem like that much of a stretch to suspect Teresa of playing a prominent role in whatever blowup occurred between sisters Caroline and Dina Manzo in the months since Dina left the show.

As you saw during the reunion special, there was no love lost between Caroline and Teresa, prompting us to go to Dina for the lowdown on what really happened.

"Teresa has nothing to do with my relationship with my sister," Dina exclusively told E! News. "I had no idea of their discord until very recently."

We're pretty sure astronauts on the space station are fully aware of their discord, but OK.

"I wish all of the girls peace and happiness in their lives, too," the former Housewives star added. "As far as my relationship with my sister is concerned, I'm sure in time things will mend itself. To quote a favorite saying of mine, 'This too shall pass.'"

Then, being the savvy TV personality that she is, Dina managed to slip in a little self-promotion: "I am at a very good place in my life, with my foundation Project Ladybug helping so many children with cancer—and my new show Dina's Party on HGTV."

We'll get more explanation regarding the sneak peek that showed Teresa yelling at Caroline, "No wonder your sister doesn't want to speak to you!" on the second part of the reunion special. But until then, all we have is Andy Cohen asking Caroline what happened and she responding, "I'm looking at you," looking daggers at Teresa.

"You backstabbed her," insisted Teresa.

From our perspective, it sounds as if Caroline and Dina have every reason to be allied against Teresa, so we do hope that whatever's plaguing their sisterly bond is resolved soon.

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