Snooki Pulls a Shakira and Posts Pic of Lorenzo's Tootsies

Celebrity News Jan. 28, 2013 AT 6:00AM
Lorenzo Lavelle Lorenzo Lavelle Credit: Instagram

Apparently, baby feet don't lie either.

After Shakira’s boyfriend Gerard Pique shared a cute Twitpic on Wednesday of their newborn son Milan’s tiny feet in Nike kicks, another celebrity was quick to jump on the shoe-snapping trend: Snooki.

The former “Jersey Shore” star speedily hopped on her Instagram account on Thursday and shared a pic of her 5-month-old son, Lorenzo, sporting his first pair of Jordan sneakers with her more than 2 million followers. “LORENZO'S FIRST JORDAN'S” the caption read.

The caption and photo were definitely similar to the post Pique shared with his 5 million Twitter followers. “Milan's feet!”

Snooki’s copycat ways are nothing new and this isn’t the first time the pint-sized guidette has tried to use her tiny tot to steal the spotlight. When Kate Middleton announced her royal pregnancy in December, the 25-year-old was quick to dole out her advice for a healthy pregnancy. "It's hard, but don't stress out!" Snooki advised the Duchess of Cambridge, 31, via the New York Daily News. "Enjoy your pregnancy and be excited."

Perhaps Snooki wasn’t copying the “Hips Don’t Lie” singer and her soccer star squeeze, but was simply contributing to the growing trend of celebs teasing photos of their precious bundles. When Gisele gave birth to her daughter Vivian in December, she only gave her fans a glimpse of her newborn’s hand. And Hilary Duff was one of the first celeb mamas to share a pic of her kid's tiny tootsies when she posted her son Luca’s last March.

Either way, we’ll never say no to cute snaps of celeb babies!

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