While vacationing in Mykonos, Teresa Giudice is posting photos of summer fun.
This time, she’s drawing eyes over more than just her recent photoshop rampage.
Teresa has a new tattoo. And she’s not the only one.
Husband Luis “Louie” Ruelas has one to match. But what does it say? And what does it mean?
Teresa Giudice and her family have been vacationing in Mykonos, Greece.
That includes not only all four of her daughters, but also her husband, Luis Ruelas.
Like Teresa or hate her or anything in between, but she takes some incredible family photos.
While enjoying the early August weather, Teresa wore a vibrant orange bikini.
Obviously, she was showing off her incredible body.
But, at the same time, Teresa was flaunting something else: the tattoo on the side of her torso.
Others spotted Teresa out and about with the same tattoo.
Additionally, people saw Luis wearing it.
But what does it say? She hasn’t exactly posted a close-up selfie with it.
The tattoo reads “Sempre Insieme.” That simply means “always together.”
Below it, there is a “333.”
And Teresa has spoken about this before, long before flaunting it in a bikini.
Many months ago, Teresa shared that these tattoos were a tribute, in part, to her late mother.
“I have a tattoo, 333. We both have the same,” she dished at the time. “That’s my mom.”
Teresa explained: “because my mom, when my dad was passing away, I went to go see a medium.”
“And,” Teresa said of the visit to the medium, “she gave me signs of threes.”
She elaborated: “The medium told me, ‘Your mom’s giving you signs of threes,’ and my dad passed away April 3.”
Teresa continued: “My mom passed away March 3. Everything’s threes.”
“Sempre Insieme” appears on her parents’ mausoleum.
“Me, Gia, Gabriela just got it, because she just turned 18,” Teresa shared.
She added at the time: “When Melania and Adriana turn 18, they’re going to get it, too.”
“Louie wanted to get it, because he feels so connected to our family,” Teresa then explained.
“My husband surprised me and got it. He’s like, ‘I wish I always would’ve met your parents.’ I know he does,” she shared.
Teresa adde: “He goes to the cemetery and sees them and talks to them.”