‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Teresa Giudice on whether she wants to take her husband to a new place

Teresa Giuseppe “Coca Cola” DiGiovanni is getting a little more love this season from “The Real Houseswives of Los Angeles.”

The reality star and her husband, John “Tyson” Tyson Jr., are hosting a special edition of the “The View” this weekend on ABC.

They’re celebrating their 10-year anniversary and the show has been airing since last summer, so this is going to be the first time they’ve been on the show together in a while.

On Tuesday, “The Talk” host Joy Behar asked Giuseppi if she would want to be in a new neighborhood.

Giovani told the show’s hosts that she is not sure she would.

But she said she would love to visit the new Beverly Hills neighborhood she called her childhood home, where she and Tyson live.

“I don’t know,” she said, before adding, “I’m not sure.

But I would love that.

I’m not going to say no.

I would like to go to that place.

I know that would be a nice place.”

Tyson DiGio said he has not visited Beverly Hills since he moved out of the neighborhood.

But he said he would like his wife to be more involved with the neighborhood she calls home.

“She is the one who’s been the face of the community,” he said.

“She’s a pioneer in the community, so she is the face, you know.

She is a part of that, so we would like her to be there more.”

Giovinardi said she and John have been friends for a long time, and that she doesn’t have a problem sharing her experience with him.

“He knows how to talk about the things he loves, and I have to respect that,” she added.

“I’ve been around him a long, long time.

And I know how he talks about himself.

He’s very honest and he doesn’t hide behind anything.”

Giacomini also said she has never had an issue with her husband because of the way he treats her, which is a big difference in the two of them.

“Tyson is a very loving person, and Teresa is a loving person,” she explained.

“They don’t do anything to hurt each other.

And they don’t really try to hurt one another.

And we’re just like, ‘We’re not going anywhere.'”

Giacovani, 43, and Tyson, 33, have three children.