Just What Kate Middleton Needs as She Readies to Give Birth: Advice From Snooki!

Everyone seems to be swept up in royal baby fever ― even Snooki.

As the world waits for Kate Middleton and Prince William to welcome their little prince or princess, the MTV-party-girl-turned-parent is taking the opportunity to dispense advice to the royal mom-to-be.

"I am sure you are prepared for your life to totally change — even more than it already has," the former "Jersey Shore" star, who welcomed a son in August 2012, writes in an open letter to the Duchess of Cambridge, 31. "In the beginning, right when you take your royal golden nugget home to the castle is the most exciting experience of your life. I couldn't wait to wake up in the middle of the night to take care of my little prince Lorenzo.

"But that lasts for about a few days. Then it's like, 'I love you but OMG stop crying! I'm exhausted,'" the 25-year-old reality TV star continues. "The lack of sleep you will get used to — just do your makeup, put a tiara on, and you'll look beautiful as usual."

Snooki advises Kate to sing a lot of lullabies to the royal booger — err, we mean baby.

"When I sing to my booger, 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," she writes.

She even suggests having guest crooners swing by Kensington Palace's apartment 1A to perform live.

"I'm pretty sure you can have anyone you want over to sing to your little one … maybe a lullaby from Elton John?"

Snooki concludes her letter by writing, "I have no doubt that you will be an amazing mom, but talking to other moms helps, especially being a new mommy. I think we can now add Goddess to your list of titles."

With it being only a matter of time until the baby arrives, Kate has been nesting in London, where she is expected to give birth at St. Mary's Hospital. Prince William, 31, has been by her side at their Kensington Palace home when he's not working as a Royal Air Force Search and Rescue pilot ― or attending polo matches. However, when he is on duty, "there will always be another family member with Kate," an insider told Us Weekly. Two key figures in that rotation are Kate's mother, Carole, and sister, Pippa.

Otherwise, the duchess has been spending her time taking walks with her dog, Lupo, or enjoying prenatal yoga sessions with a private instructor, reports the magazine. She's also attempting knitting projects and working on some type of Photoshop project.

And perhaps surfing the Internet to see what words of wisdom people like Snooki have for her? Or maybe not.

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