You can't accuse Teresa Giudice of not trusting her man.
On the Feb. 1 episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star was asked if she and her fiancé, Luis Ruelas, will sign a prenuptial agreement before they tie the knot.
"No," Teresa said, prompting an astonished reaction from Andy. "I mean, I don't know," she added.
Teresa's oldest daughter, Gia Giudice, who served as the guest "bartender" throughout the episode, chimed in to question why her mom would even need a prenup with Luis.
"Why wouldn't she sign а prenup?" Andy replied back in a questioning tone. "Why wouldn't she sign а prenuptial agreement to protect her assets and his assets?"
The 21-year-old then recalled feeling displeased when she discovered that her mom and dad, Joe Giudice, signed a prenup before their 1999 wedding.
"I really didn't like that. My dad really did make her sign a prenup before the wedding," Gia said. "My mom, she's so high up that she's not gonna want to take anything from from [Luis], and I think he would never want to take from her."
Luis was in the audience as Andy said, "I know, but you put it in writing! You just put it in writing. Of course they don't want to tаke anything from eаch other."
Teresa then jumped in and noted that she wouldn't rule out signing a legal document to protect her assets.
"I would if he says so," she said. "I'm so very easy about that."
The conversation came just after an episode of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" aired in which Teresa's co-stars seemed to warn her about her beau. The women's uneasiness stems from a resurfaced video of a shirtless Luis at "warrior camp." In the bizarre video, Luis begs an unnamed woman for forgiveness while being surrounded by other shirtless men staring at the camera.
"I go by how me and Luis are present and future," she said on the reality TV show while defending Luis. "I have a past. He has a past. I don't care, and I want everybody to do the right thing because this is my home. Give me the respect, give him the respect. If not, I'm not going to be good."