When did Melissa and Joe Gorga's daughter, Antonia, get so big!?
The little tyke who was first introduced to the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" audience in 2011 is all grown up and she'll be hardly recognizable when she returns to the reality show later this year.
Antonia was beyond adorable on March 30 as she attended her famous mom's spring fashion presentation for her Envy fashion line. The cutie walked the runway with her mom, showing off a more mature side, wearing a black halter dress and matching flats.
Her dark curly hair flowed past her shoulders.
Likely the crush of every preteen boy, Antonia seemed at ease as Bravo cameras filmed the fashion show that was also attended by Teresa Giudice, Kathy and Richie Wakile, Robyn Levy, Christina Flores and Siggy Flicker, according to Us Weekly.
After the show, Melissa strutted down the catwalk and gave a speech.
"I want to thank my husband. Isn't he the cutest thing you've ever seen?" she said. "[You're] the love of my life, I'm still so attracted to you. He's an amazing guy and without him I wouldn't be me."
While everyone was certainly watching models don new fashion trends, plenty of eyes were on Teresa, Melissa's sister-in-law.
Us says that the out-of-prison reality star danced in her seat to Justin Bieber's "Sorry."
"Melissa came over and Teresa was dancing with her and Joe. Teresa was really letting loose and having a blast," the source told he magazine. "Teresa was dancing with friends and was pulled up onto the runway. [She was reluctant but] started to have a really good time."
Teresa certainly has had a lot on her plate as she returns back to society after an 11-month prison stay for fraud. She's also just getting used to doing things solo for a while.
On March 23, her husband, Joe Giudice, reported to prison to begin his 41-month sentence for fraud charges.
Aside from shooting the reality show, Teresa is also focusing her attention on becoming a yoga instructor. She's currently enrolled in a $3,500 teacher-training course at Nirvana yoga studio in Montville, New Jersey.
"She's finding her way and I think she's going to be a great teacher and I think her story is going to be great," yoga studio owner Elissa Lappostato said. "I'm really happy she's making this step because this is the start of the change of her life. She's a mom and she's probably scared that she's got to support her kids. She wants to make a business. She wants to change people."