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Kate Middleton offered pregnancy advice by Snooki

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Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi has congratulated Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge on the news that they are expecting their first child.

St James's Palace and Clarence House announced on Monday (December 3) that Kate Middleton is pregnant and is currently recovering from acute morning sickness in King Edward VII's Hospital in Central London.

Snooki with baby Lorenzo

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Britain's The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend the official opening of St. George's Park, the Football Association's National Football Centre.
Prince WIlliam and Kate were given a tour of the main facilities on the 330-acre site and also met England Manager Roy Hodgson and his squad as they train at St. George's Park for the first time.
Burton-on-Trent, England - 09.10.12
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Jersey Shore star Snooki - who recently gave birth to son Lorenzo - offered some pregnancy advice to the royal couple while speaking to the New York Daily News.

"Congrats to Will and Kate. I'm sure she will be an amazing mom," Snooki declared.

The reality star added a specific message to Kate: "Enjoy your time at home - or the castle, in her case - with the baby. Especially the first few months."

Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge visit Cambridgeshire, Britain - 28 Nov 2012

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Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have received congratulations from a variety of celebrities, including Khloe Kardashian, Katherine Jenkins, David Walliams and Downton Abbey's Hugh Bonneville.

Kate was visited at her bedside by Prince William on Tuesday (December 4) as she continues to recover from Hyperemesis Gravidarum.

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