Ice-T’s wife Coco Austin turns heads with her ample curves in a slinky dress with colorful print

Rebelander Basilan
Nov 20, 2018
07:02 P.M.
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Actress Coco Austin displayed her popular curves in a form-fitting dress with a colorful print as she and her husband attended a gala in Beverly Hills.

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The 39-year-old actress hit the red carpet for the Friends Of The Saban Community Clinic's 42nd Annual Gala in Beverly Hills alongside Ice-T recently, as reported by Daily Mail.

Coco, who started working for events and parties at the Playboy Mansion in 2001, made sure to have all eyes on her as she wore a form-fitting dress with a colorful print that showcased her ample assets.

To enhance her height, the "Southwest Babes" actress matched the outfit with a pair of white heels. She accessorized herself with a gold watch, bracelet, and large hoop earrings.

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Coco wore her dyed blonde locks long and with a part simply off to one side. She opted for minimal makeup.

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The web personality was married to Ice-T in January 2002. The couple renewed their vows in Hollywood on June 4, 2011. In November 2015, they announced that their daughter Chanel had been born.

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Coco often relies on social media to interact with millions of fans. She regularly shares adorable photos and videos with her daughter.

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However, on many occasions, she garnered plenty of criticism because of her posts.

Just like when Coco posted a video of herself holding her little girl in her arms while swimming with sharks.

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The video was taken during their family vacation to the Bahamas. Many people claimed that she was "irresponsible" by heading into the water with her daughter.

Before she posted the controversial clip, she previously shared many photos of herself and Chanel in the water.

The actress called the experience one of the highlights of their trip. She also noted that the sharks were surprisingly tame. 

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