Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 31 May 2016

Snooki on pregnancy cravings

Published 08/04/2014


Snooki has opened up about her pregnancy cravings.

The 26-year-old star recently confirmed she and her fiancé Jionni LaValle are expecting their second child together. They already have 19-month-old son Lorenzo, with Snooki desperate for certain foods this time around.

“[I want] strawberries and salt and vinegar chips all day. I could eat a whole bag... the other day I ate a whole bag of the family size of salt and vinegar chips," she smiled to Extra.

Although she is addicted to the calorific snack, Snooki - real name Nicole Polizzi - is working out to keep things balanced. She wants to be in good shape when she ties the knot with Jionni and is doing thing differently than when she was expecting Lorenzo.

“With this pregnancy I’m going to keep working out because I am having the baby so close to my wedding that I want to be able to fit into my dress," she explained. "I want to look good for my wedding so I’m going to work out the whole pregnancy with my trainer, eat healthy, splurge a little bit because I am pregnant, but I want to do it different that way than the first.”

Rather than the new arrival's gender being a surprise, Snooki is keen to find out what she is having before giving birth. She even joked that she's not sure how she'll hope with a little girl's demands after raising a son.

“I definitely want to find out what I am having, you know if it’s a boy or girl, as long as the baby is healthy. We’ll be very, very happy, but me and Jionni would like to have two boys... I’m not ready to have a miniature me," she laughed. "I don’t need a diva telling me what to do.”

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