PHOTOS: Danielle Staub Throws Sweet 16 Party For Daughter Jillian

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Danielle Staub

Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Danielle Staub held a Sweet Sixteen party for her daughter Jillian on Saturday night, May 10th. The party’s theme was “Diamonds In The Dark.” 

Since her departure from the RHONJ, it’s been a few  years since we’ve seen Danielle Staub and her gorgeous daughters on television but from the looks of things Danielle has done a fantastic job raising her girls. Her eldest, Christine is a model and attending Seton Hall University. The aspiring model is on the Deans List.

Jillian is now 16 and looking forward to college in a couple of years. The girls have really come into their own — they look amazing!

Danielle Staub

Jillian, Danielle and Christine Staub

While most 16-year-old girls want the world, Jillian is just happy to be surrounded by friends. Her sweet 16 birthday party was a combination of both elaborate and simple pleasures, thanks to her fabulous mom. 

Danielle said of the party: “My #daughter Jillian is having the #Sweet16 celebration of her #dreams Tonight….I love this kid with every fiber of my being!” the proud mom tweeted.

In another tweet, Danielle graciously thanked Oprah Winfrey for her support, “Thank you #oprah and @harpostudios for helping us celebrate my daughter Jillian’s #sweet16.”

Jillian Staub's "Diamonds In The Dark" Sweet 16 Party

The proud mom looked like a goddess in this smoking hot dress


Danielle Staub Sweet 16 for Jillian

Two party guests….Jillian’s friend’s had a blast


Danielle Staub Jillian Sweet 16

 The birthday bash was held at the swanky Wilshire Grand Hotel in West Orange, New Jersey



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