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Snooki's Baby Advice to Pregnant Kate Middleton: 'Don't Stress Out'

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By Daniel Distant, Christian Post Reporter
December 5, 2012|8:59 am

Snooki's baby advice for the pregnant Kate Middleton and royal husband Prince William boils down to a few words: "don't stress out." The new mom of baby Lorenzo Dominic Lavalle and reality star of "Jersey Shore" had some key points for the expectant mother.

Snooki's baby advice first came with a warning about the difficulties of pregnancy, but stressed to Duchess Catherine that all the hardship will be worth it when the baby is finally born.

"It's hard, but don't stress out!" the 25-year-old new mom told The New York Post. "Enjoy your pregnancy and be excited."

Though Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi's life is much different than that of Kate Middleton, she also had tips about the first few months with her newborn- Lorenzo Dominic was born Aug. 26.

"Enjoy your time at home- or the castle, in her case- with the baby. Especially the first few months," Snooki said. She also stressed the importance of a "boppy pillow," the C-shaped cushion many mothers use to prop up an infant while eating.

"Every new mom should have one," the reality star added. Like many mothers attest to, the reality star told Kate Middleton that she would love her son deeply, and assured her that she would be a good mother.

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"You'll get to know him/her, keep them safe and fall more in love each day!" Snooki told the NY Post. "Congrats to Will and Kate. I'm sure she will be an amazing mom."

Currently, Kate is going through a rough part of the pregnancy. 12 weeks pregnant, she was admitted to a hospital because of severe morning sickness, Buckingham Palace revealed.

"The Duchess was admitted this afternoon to King Edward VII Hospital in Central London with Hyperemesis Gravidarum [morning sickness]. As the pregnancy is in its very early stages, Her Royal Highness is expected to stay in hospital for several days and will require a period of rest thereafter," the palace representatives said in a statement.

 

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