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Ice-T And Coco Welcome Baby Girl, Chanel Nicole

Ice-T and his wife Coco officially have a baby girl on board.

Ice-T and his wife Coco officially have a baby girl on board.

The couple welcomed its bundle of joy on Saturday (Nov. 28). Arriving early at 37 weeks into Coco’s pregnancy, baby Chanel Nicole made her Instagram debut hours later. Sharing that her and Ice-T’s baby clocked in at 5.7 pounds, Coco posted a precious first photo of her daughter’s face.

“Surprise!!! Look who came early!! 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!” she wrote.

On the day of her debut, Chanel Nicole was also given her very own Instagram and Twitter accounts where the couple will share photos. Coco noted that she successfully delivered their baby girl after just three pushes, and shared another photo of she and Chanel making skin-to-skin contact after she was born. Ice-T took to Twitter following his daughter’s birth to thank his followers for their well wishes.

“Thank you for ALL the LOVE all of you have given us today.. You are truly appreciated... And we are humbled,” he wrote.

And in just a matter of hours, Chanel Nicole rounded up tens of thousands of followers online. Peep more pictures below:

Moments after I was born and all ready in dads arms chillin!

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