Coco Austin will dress her baby daughter, Chanel Nicole, due in December, in high heels when she leaves the hospital.
Coco Austin's baby daughter will wear high heels when she leaves the hospital.
The 'Ice and Coco' star is due to give birth to daughter Chanel Nicole - her first child with rapper husband Ice-T - in December and has revealed she has already lined up three pairs of footwear for the little girl.
Sharing a picture of three pairs of heels - one red, one black and one leopard print, the star wrote: ''Guess what #ChanelNicole is leaving out of the hospital in?
''Yep! She already got her 1st pair of heels. Thanks @blossomsgirl for the fantastic gift! (sic)''
And Coco is unlikely to listen to the criticisms of some of her fans, who said the ''props'' were inappropriate, as the couple previously revealed they hate being given advice about pregnancy.
Ice said: ''We hate advice from outsiders. That's one of the reasons she wanted to keep it a secret. As soon as you're pregnant, people come to you with impending doom ... You have some people that will come up to you and go, 'Oh, it's gonna be wonderful,' but most people are like, 'You know your life is over, right? You're not gonna ever sleep again.'''
Whilst Coco added: ''Oh my God, it's the worst! Everybody is in my area, you know, 'You can't wear heels anymore, don't eat fish.' They're always telling me what to do and I'm like, 'OK, well I haven't done anything bad.'''
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