Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi: I'm Having a Girl!

PHOTO: Nicole Snooki Polizzi attends Big City Moms Biggest Baby Shower, April 29, 2014, in New York.
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Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi is thinking pink.

The reality TV star and her fiance, Jionni LaValle, are expecting a baby girl, she revealed to ABC News exclusively.

"I'm so excited about having a little best friend to shop with and just do girlie things with!" Polizzi told ABC News. "Can't wait for that!"

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Polizzi, 26, and LaValle, 27, announced in 2012 that they were engaged and expecting their first child together. Their son, Lorenzo Dominic, was born that August. Now expecting their first daughter, Polizzi joked that she felt "terrified" when she heard the news.

"Just kidding. I was so excited. I looked at Jionni's face and he turned white," she said. "He's very excited but, of course, nervous like every father having a daughter is. They're more complicated!"

Though their new baby will likely wear some of her big brother's hand-me-downs ("Lorenzo is already so excited. He's going to be such a protective brother -- I already see it!" Polizzi gushed), expect baby LaValle to be clad in plenty of frilly dresses, too.

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"Lots of bows and pinks and animal prints!" Polizzi promised. "[Lots of] cute new girly outfits. Gotta dress her up, once in a while!"

While they're still Googling possible names for their daughter, Polizzi said that the baby will have little brothers and sisters, too, for sure. She'd still like Lorenzo to have a little brother, too.

"Obviously, we are extremely excited and happy to have a girl," she said, "but this isn't our last!"

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