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Tuesday 26 May 2015

Snooki's tan 'stays forever'

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi believes that she'd still be bronzed even if she "didn't tan for two years."

The Jersey Shore star is five months along in her first pregnancy.

Nicole has given up one of her favourite pastimes in favour of the health of her baby, but she doesn't regret her sacrifice.

"When I tan once, it stays forever," Snooki told E! Online. "I have that natural dark skin. Even if I didn't tan for two years, I would still be tan."

The wellbeing of her unborn baby takes precedence over everything in Snooki's life currently.

"I have three applications on my phone that takes you through your pregnancy," she revealed. "They tell me things like what to eat, what to expect at certain times, like cramps or swelling. I'm always prepared for what's happening to my body."

Snooki seeks parenting tips wherever she can find them.

"I'm also going to be taking Lamaze and parenting classes," Snooki detailed. "But those are a little more down the road."

Snooki and her fiancé Jionni LaValle will welcome their new baby in a few months.

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