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Gia Giudice's experience visiting her mom in jail was — "fun"?

Gia Giudice describes visiting her mom in jail and it's not what we expected

Turns out, jail doesn't sound too bad. Especially if you're rich and reality-star famous.

Teresa Giudice's eldest daughter Gia recounted visiting her mom in jail to E! News and — shockingly — had nothing but great things to report.

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"Honestly, it was amazing. She looked so good," Gia said. "It's nothing like anyone would expect."

This sounds nothing like Orange Is the New Black.

And Gia's glowing reports continue, "She just looks so amazing. It was so good to see her... They just had her makeup done. It was fun."

There are makeup artists in prison?

Granted, Gia is only 14 years old, so it could be that her mom is just putting on a brave face for the sake of her family.

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"Me and my mom are extremely close. We're like sisters. Honestly, I was with her every step of the way. There were obviously things where she, like, didn't tell me, but basically, like, I was with her every step of the way... My sisters, they really had no idea. They would see things in, like, magazines, but they really had no idea. It was really just me because I was older, I was 13 at the time and I did understand."

Gia has three younger sisters, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana.

The eldest Giudice girl also spoke with Access Hollywood recently, explaining, "My family is probably one of the strongest families I know. So we'll get through this. It's gonna be fine. And when it's over, we're gonna be better than ever."

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Giudice is allowed 12 visits per month from her family and she can pay for up to 300 minutes a month for evening phone calls, according to Daily Mail. That's roughly 10 minutes a day.

Teresa Giudice is currently serving 13 months for bankruptcy fraud charges and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.

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