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Jimmy Fallon won't buy baby daughter new clothes

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Jimmy Fallon won't buy baby daughter new clothes

Jimmy Fallon hasn't bought his baby daughter any new clothes.

'The Tonight Show' host - who has two-year-old Winnie and six-month-old Frances with his wife Nancy Juvonen - has confessed the couple have tried to be thrifty when it comes to clothing their new addition and only dresses the tot in her older sibling's hand-me-downs.

He said: "Poor Franny has no original clothes.

"Every single thing you're like, 'Aww, I remember when Winnie used to wear that,' and she's already rolling her eyes like, 'When am I getting my own things?'"

Although little Frances may not like wearing Winnie's cast-offs, Jimmy believes she will be grateful for her sister in the future.

He explained to PEOPLE: "I had a sister, and my wife had a brother. It's just good to have a brother or sister in the house that can tell you that your hair looks weird before you go to school or you can't wear that. You need that."

The 40-year-old star also recently confessed that his firstborn is already smarter than him.

He said: "My wife is a natural at this, but I'm still figuring it out. She's already got them in classes where they sing 'Wheels on the Bus' and shake rattles. Winnie is already getting smarter than me, which is the sad thing. She's going to be too smart, and I'll have to make her stop taking classes just so I can relate to my own child."