Here's something to be thankful for!
Coco Austin and husband Ice-T welcomed their new baby girl, Chanel, into the world with an adorable Instagram debut.
"Surprise!!! Look who came early," Coco captioned the photo. "Welcome the new arrival of Chanel Nicole. A beautiful healthy 5.7 pound and 18 inch baby girl. Ice and I are so proud! I cried while she was coming out I was so excited to meet her!"
What a cutie.
It's currently unclear when the baby was born, but only hours before uploading the photo above, a very pregnant Coco posted a pic of herself standing next to a Christmas tree. In the caption, she described what the pregnancy has meant to her and revealed she had a feeling Chanel might arrive earlier than expected.
"My 37 week bump!!..This baby is coming early 😉 - a mothers intuition 🎀#ChanelNicole is trying to make her appearance," she wrote. "Strange thing is I will miss her inside of me..I really enjoyed the experience. My goal was to make pregnancy look positive, fashionable, cute, fit and healthy every step of the way. There were a lot of unbelievers along the way but honestly I'm used to that..Thanks to all the lovers that have been interested with my journey from the beginning and also a true 'Coco Fan'.. I wish I could hug everyone of you."
Earlier this week, Coco, never one to shy away from a revealing photo shoot, shared a photo of herself wearing a plunging leopard print sports bra and matching leggings. You know, typical mom stuff.
We can't wait to see how close the apple falls from the Coco and Ice-T tree.
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