Jersey Shore fans shocked as Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino's son Romeo looks 'exactly' like his reality star dad

JERSEY Shore star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino shocked fans with a new photo of his son, Romeo, who looks like his “twin.”

The 39-year-old welcomed the newborn with his wife Lauren Pesce in May and has been sharing updates on Baby Sitch in the months since.

On Tuesday, Mike posted two adorable new photos of Romeo, both of him hanging out in his little playpen area.

Wearing dark gray sweapants and a light gray T-shirt, the 4-month-old kept a neutral face as he looked at the camera with his adorable, big eyes.

In another snap, he looked off camera in happy surprise at something, with his mouth open wide in excitement.

Mike captioned the post to point out how much his baby looks like him, saying: “No DNA test needed.”

Jersey Shore fans couldn’t help but agree with the reality star and point out how similar the two look.

One excited fan wrote: “OMG he is a spitting image of you!”

Another said: “I have never seen a child look so much like a parent as he does you 😍”

A third commented: “Baby Stich is an exact carbon copy of Mike !! 

“Every time I see a new post of baby Sitch it blows my mind !! ❤️👏”

Others called Romeo as Mike’s “twin” and said he “like like his daddy,” which is “so cute.”

The reality star's wife, Lauren, gave birth to their first child on May 26.

Mike recently celebrated his birthday by cradling his then-6-week-old baby, with the proud dad wearing a khaki tee-short with the words "sober and successful" emblazoned across it.

He captioned his snap on Instagram: "I’m a Dad, a Husband, Sober & Successful.

"This is the best birthday ever, Happy 4th of July everyone."

The couple had announced they were expecting during an episode of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation.

Mike sobbed as he shared the exciting news of the upcoming birth with the Jersey Shore cast during the most recent season

Not long after, little Romeo was born and weighed in at six pounds, eight ounces, and measured 19 inches.

Mike was once best known as a wild partier who often got into fights with his costars and strangers on Jersey Shore's early seasons.

He later admitted he was suffering from a painkiller addiction, and sought help in rehab.

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