Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 28 May 2016

Snooki offers Duchess parenting advice

Published 10/07/2013


Snooki has penned an open letter to Catherine Middleton offering her best motherly advice.

Catherine Middleton is expecting a little prince or princess any day now.

And Snooki, who welcomed her baby boy, Lorenzo, last August, says she’s learned quite a bit about being a first-time mother.

The former Jersey Shore star offered her top tips in an open letter, anticipating the moment the Duchess and her husband, Britain’s Prince William, bring their baby home.

"In the beginning, right when you take your royal golden nugget home to the castle is the most exciting experience of your life,” Snooki writes.

“I couldn't wait to wake up in the middle of the night to take care of my little prince Lorenzo.”

Snooki warned that feeling soon changes.

She admitted the long hours that come with taking care of a baby present a big challenge.

"…That lasts for about a few days. Then it's like, 'I love you but OMG stop crying! I'm exhausted.' The lack of sleep you will get used to - just do your makeup, put a tiara on, and you'll look beautiful as usual," she jokes.

Snooki more seriously suggested Catherine play music and sing to her little one.

She said Lorenzo always loves to hear her sing and presumes the royal baby will be the same.

"He calms down and stares at me like he's in love, which makes me feel amazing - or he's just trying to tell me to shut the hell up because I can't sing,” the reality star continues.

"I have no doubt that you will be an amazing mom," she adds, signing off, "but talking to other moms helps, especially being a new mommy. I think we can now add Goddess to your list of titles."

The Duchess of Cambridge’s official due date has been reported as July 14.

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