Gia Giudice in Bathing Suit Celebrates 21st Birthday
Gia Giudice has grown up before our very eyes. She first made her debut as a nine year old when her mother, Teresa Giudice, became a cast member on Bravo's The Real Housewives of New Jersey. She's even gone viral on TikTok for a clip of her singing on the show. She's now a young adult in college, and has released a new clothing collection. Giudice also recently celebrated her 21st birthday, and posed in a pink bathing suit to celebrate. Read on to see 5 ways Gia Giudice stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
She Treats Her Skin
In her Instagram stories, Giudice revealed that she has gotten laser treatment on the scars on her knees. "Hey guys, I'm at doctor Neinstein's office right now, and a really big insecurity of mine is all these scars that I have all over my legs, on my arms," she said in the video.
She Goes To The Beach
Giudice is a big fan of going to the beach, and she posts several photos of herself hanging out on the beach, either by herself or with friends. Giudice posted this snap from Malibu, with the caption, "The lifeguard let me take over."
She Does Gymnastics
Growing up, Guidice was a gymnast, and she still finds time to do some tricks on the tumbling mats. She posted this video on Instagram of herself doing back handsprings.
In addition to going to the beach, Giudice is a big fan of going for a dip in the water. She has posted several photos on Instagram of herself enjoying the ocean. "Swimming is often touted as a great workout for all ages, offering benefits not only for the body, but also for the mind. As a form of exercise, swimming keeps your heart rate up and builds muscle strength. It also can be a great form of stress relief," reports the Mayo Clinic.
She's Focused On School
Guidice is currently attending college at Rutgers University in New Jersey. She takes her studies very seriously, as she believes getting a good education is important. "Gia did great this year," Teresa said of her daughter's sophomore year in a recent interview with PEOPLE. "She met so many people and made so many friends." Now she's a junior.