Joe Giudice seems to be surprised that his ex-wife, Teresa Giudice, is already heading down the aisle again.
On Oct. 19, the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star said "yes" after her boyfriend of a year, Luis "Louie" Ruelas, popped the question.
"I'm happy for Teresa and Louie, I give them my blessings," Joe told Celebuzz on Friday, just a few days after the engagement. "I think they moved a bit quick into this romance, but I'm glad she found her true love and wish them all the best."
Luis was Teresa's first serious romance since divorcing Joe, her husband of 20 years, who was deported to Italy in October 2019 after serving 41 months in prison for fraud.
Luis proposed to the reality TV star while on a romantic vacation in Greece at the Amanzoe Resort in Porto Heli. The gorgeous proposal included sparklers, candles, roses, a violinist and a fireworks display.
Former "RHONJ" co-star Dina Manzo and her husband, Dave Cantin, were also there for the big moment.
On Oct. 22, Luis posted several pictures from the evening. He also shared a video of the proposal, which showed him down on one knee in front of an illuminated "Marry Me" sign, all as fireworks lit up the night sky.
"I spent my entire life dreaming of you…everyday without even knowing who you were. From the moment our eyes locked and voices connected on Bay boulevard at the Jersey shore, we began our journey understanding each other's paths and learning to appreciate how we had to go thru everything we did in our lives just to get to this point," he wrote on Instagram. "These have been the most defining moments of my life and I am eternally grateful to share them with you. This is just the beginning of the rest of our lives."
He continued, "You are the LOVE of my life, my best friend, my soulmate. I promise to always love you every second of every day and always be there for you and your 4 beautiful daughters. I devote myself and my purpose in life to our goals and dreams. I am so grateful to walk this life with you not alone but together hand in hand until we are old."