Snooki has taken it upon herself to give pregnancy advice to Kate Middleton. After offering congratulations on Kate's pregnancy news, the 25-year-old "Jersey Shore" star had some words of wisdom for the mom-to-be. "It's hard, but don't stress out," said Snooki, who gave birth to baby boy, Lorenzo, in August. "Enjoy your pregnancy and be excited." Snooki might not seem like the likeliest source of baby advice for the Duchess of Cambridge, but it's hard to argue with what she said. Not surprisingly, news of the royal baby has sparked plenty of kind words from the celebrity community. Here's a look at some of the other famous faces that have shared their happiness about William and Kate's big announcement.
The entertainer and reality star was one of the most excited celebs to tweet about the royal baby. After the news was revealed, Cheryl wrote "I'm sooooooo excited that we're having a royal baby !!!! Congratulations to Kate and Wills !!!!!!" Cheryl was born in England, so it makes sense that she would feel a personal connection to Will and Kate. Cheryl's heartfelt post has already been re-tweeted more than 6,000 times.
The Kardashian sisters
Both Kim and Khloe took to Twitter to share sentimental thoughts on Kate's pregnancy. Kim kept her tweet simple, writing "Aww so cute! Congrats!!!" Meanwhile, fellow reality star Khloe added a little more depth, saying "Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge!! A royal baby!!! :) awwww so sweet." The girls are used to gushing over babies, especially since sister Kourtney welcomed her second child earlier this year.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's estranged wife, who is also a member of the prominent Kennedy family, offered some encouraging words to Kate while expressing her joy over the news. She tweeted "Wonderful news for Prince William & Kate Middleton. Kate has Hyperemesis. Had that with my last child. Not fun at all. Hang in there, Kate." Shortly after the pregnancy became public, a spokesman for the royal couple revealed that Kate was in the hospital due to an acute form of morning sickness.
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