Kate Middleton is not even 12 weeks pregnant and the world is acting like no one has ever been "with child" before.
In addition to being the subject of speculation on whether she's having twins, what she'll name the baby, what the baby might look like and how she could decorate her nursery, she's already being offered parenting advice -- and from who else, but Snooki.
"Congrats to Will and Kate. I’m sure she will be an amazing mom,” the "Jersey Shore" star told the New York Daily News. "It’s hard, but don’t stress out! Enjoy your pregnancy and be excited."
The 25-year-old reality star welcomed her first child with fiance Jionni LaValle in August, and she recently revealed to The Huffington Post that motherhood has completely changed her life.
"I don’t care about partying anymore. I haven’t had a drink in, like, a year! Well, not that long, but I don’t think about that stuff anymore. It’s just about family and my business, really," she said.
And though Kate is likely to have more than a little help changing the royal diapers, Snooki told the NYDN that the sleepless nights and morning sickness she's currently dealing with will all be worth it once the baby arrives:
“You’ll get to know him/her, keep them safe and fall more in love each day!” she said.
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