She’s ready to play house.
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice is prepping to move into the home she purchased with her new boyfriend, Luis Ruelas, with the first of the couple’s boxes getting delivered to the estate Thursday.
The couple chronicled their journey via her Instagram Stories with the help of their builder and their interior designer.
An insider told Page Six on Friday that their new home is a “Beverly Hills-style mansion in New Jersey” and is “absolutely breathtaking.
“They paid significant attention to detail,” the insider said, noting that the moving process will be a “huge undertaking.”
For now, the reality star is still living in her Montville home and even posted branded content from her famed kitchen on Friday.
Giudice, 49, and Ruelas, 46, purchased the $3.35 million mansion — which features 7 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms — as a “business investment” in February and she found a buyer for her $2.2 million Montville home featured on the show in March.
While Giudice appeared to look at smaller homes to downsize to on the Bravo series, her four daughters — Gia, 20, Gabriella, 17, Milania, 15, and Audriana, 12 — will have no problem finding their own space in the home.
It is unclear if Ruelas’ two sons will be living with them as well.
Giudice finalized her divorce from Joe Giudice in September 2020 after 20 years of marriage and began dating Ruelas in November of that year.