Fans Praise Coco Austin's Family as She Walks with Husband Ice-T & Daughter Chanel
Coco Austin and her loved ones were a sweet sight as they relished some quality time together. Her latest media show-off had her family enjoying a walk.
Swimsuit model Coco Austin pulled at fans' heartstrings as she shared a photo from her family's cozy moment. Austin, her spouse, Ice-T, and their daughter were the picture-perfect trio.
The celebrity family was photographed taking a pleasant walk on the streets as Austin and Ice-T flanked their little girl while guiding her carefully.
Austin takes up her family woman roles and enjoys time with her longtime spouse, Ice-T, and their kid, Chanel, regularly. Her recent post showed her taking a walk with them. She captioned:
"Getting fresh air with the fam is always nice... This is what really matters. #Walkinpark #famtime…"
The trio was photographed from the rear as little Chanel seemed to be riding a unicycle. The little girl was dressed in a white top and pink pants. Ice-T rocked an all-black outfit while Austin showed her curves in black pants and a floral top.
The World Health Organization and UNICEF recommend a period of two years or more when it comes to breastfeeding.
A third admirer noted in a thoughtful message that family was important. Someone agreed and exclaimed that Austin has a beautiful family. More followers shared the same sentiment while gushing over the trio.
A few months back, Austin's family experienced a trying time after her aging dad, Steve, was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus. On Instagram, the star model shared a post where she informed fans of the sad news.
Once giving updates on Steve's health, Austin made it known that her family was falling apart. She added that her dad had pneumonia in both lungs and required the immediate use of a ventilator. The 41-year-old said that it was sad that she could not be with him.
Another time she made headlines was when she revealed that she was still breastfeeding her four-year-old daughter. Although she was criticized, the model explained that breastfeeding Chanel at that age had to do with comfort.
In Austin's defense, the World Health Organization and UNICEF recommend a period of two years or more when it comes to breastfeeding.
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