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Teresa Giudice released from prison in time for Christmas

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Christmas came early for reality TV's  Giudice family with the prison release of  Teresa Guidice on Wednesday.

The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star reunited with her husband of 16 years, Joe and their four daughters after spending 11 months in Danbury Correctional  Facility in Connecticut for bankruptcy fraud.  The couple was convicted of bankruptcy fraud in 2014.  The courts arranged for Mrs. Giudice to go to prison first since she had the shorter sentence and so the children would not be without both parents.  Joe Giudice was sentenced to 41 months  and could possibly face deportation as a non-citizen. His sentence begins in March 2016.

For now the Guidices are all  together and looking forward to being under one roof for the holidays.

Arriving before day break and escorted by a motorcade of black SUV's, Teresa's attorney. James Leonard described her family's welcome as

"very emotional, very powerful."

"She's safe and sound in her own home. She's very happy to be here,"  Leonard said in a press conference outside of her New Jersey residence. "She's very much looking forward to a nice, quiet, low-key holiday with her family."

Mrs. Guidice will spend Christmas Eve at her brother's home, but  remains on house arrest.

A black Lexus SUV with a big red bow on it, allegedly a gift for the Mrs. was waiting in the drive way.  Leonard said he did not know who bought it, guessing it came from "Santa."