Ice-T's Wife Coco & Daughter Strike Poses in Matching Mrs Claus Dresses & Hats in New Photos
The model and TV personality posed for an extravagant Christmas photo alongside the daughter she shares with the famous rapper, and the two looked adorable together.
40-year-old Coco Austin took to Instagram during the holidays to wish her followers a merry Christmas, sharing a series of snapshots of her and her 4-year-old daughter Chanel Nicole, with the little girl showcasing her modeling talent.
The woman and her miniature wore matching red Mrs. Claus dresses and hats, and Chanel had fun mimicking her photogenic mother in a snowy setting with pines and presents giving an unmistakable seasonal atmosphere.
Austin has a following of more than 3 million on Instagram, and Chanel Nicole is one of her mother’s fans’ favorite subjects, so the reactions to the post didn’t take long to come.
The photoshoot received more than 55.000 likes in less than two days, and thousands of loving words and good wishes filled the post’s comment section, with the usual remark about how much Chanel Nicole resembles her father Ice-T.
“You have a great bond. So great to see!” noted a social media user, expressing what we all feel when we look at these two. “So perfect! You needed a mini you,” another user added.
In addition to the mother-daughter session, Chanel Nicole was the star of her own Ice Princess-themed solo photoshoot, which served as the toddler’s personal Christmas card. She really looked like an angel in her flamboyant blue dress.
“I love sitting back and watching Chanel pose and do her modeling thing… she really is so good at it!”
-Coco Austin, Instagram, December 19, 2019.
There is no doubt that Austin loves to play dress-up with her little doll, and we can tell that Chanel loves the camera and the camera loves her, so it wouldn’t be surprising if she ends up following her mother's steps as an adult.
Chanel Nicole had her 4th birthday the past November 28, and her mother opted to throw a Barbie-themed birthday party, and the little girl was more than happy to once again play dress up and pose as America’s favorite doll for the invitations.
The party was complete with a Barbie team and a real-life Barbie princess, and from what we saw in the countless photos that Coco posted to her and her daughter’s Instagram feeds, everybody had an amazing time.
Coco and Chanel’s mother-daughter bond is so strong that not everybody seems to understand it, and Coco recently caught some backlash after the public learned that she still breastfeeds her daughter despite the child’s age.
Back in September, Austin posted a photo on Instagram that showed her breastfeeding Chanel with the little girl lying on her mother’s lap, in the middle of a private flight alongside Ice-T, and this upset some of her followers.
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A mothers calling.... I'm so blessed to have this unbelievable experience in this thing called Nursing.. I had a hard time breastfeeding the 1st week of when Chanel was born, I almost gave up but my family told me to hang for another week.They told me I dont want to miss this special moment you have with your child.. health wise and bond wise..I hung in there and now almost 4 years later Chanel still wants the boob ..(Chanel is 3 and turning 4 in 2 months)Its more of a comfort thing now and of course she eats regular but nap time and night time are our time and I'm lucky she hasn't grown out it yet because when that moment comes I will be so sad..its the best feeling and ALL mothers that nurse know.. I talk all about this kind of stuff on my baby blog at www.thecocoblog.com if you want to read my journey with Chanel #normalizebreastfeeding -swipe for more pics
“A mother’s calling… I’m so blessed to have this unbelievable experience in this thing called Nursing,” Austin defended in the post’s caption, apart from sharing the initial difficulties she had before being able to breastfeed.
“I'm lucky she hasn't grown out it yet because when that moment comes I will be so sad..its the best feeling and ALL mothers that nurse know,” Austin added.