Coco Austin and Ice T's daughter Chanel Nicole was born just days ago, but she's already taking over social media. The couple welcomed the newborn Saturday, sharing their first family photo online shortly after her arrival. Now, the tiny tot has social media accounts all her own.
According to Us Weekly, Chanel's proud parents recently created an Instagram page dedicated solely to her. The page, under the username @BabyChanelNicole, currently features six photos of the infant since her birth. In the first photo shared to the account Chanel appears to be smiling, showing off her adorable dimples to the world. The most recent picture shows her sound asleep with her tiny hand wrapped around rapper and actor Ice T's index finger. Each caption on the account is written as though Chanel herself is posting photos for the Internet to marvel at.
Chanel has also joined Twitter. On Nov. 28, just hours after being born, her first tweet was posted. The post included a selfie accompanied by a message requesting that the "haters" stay far away from her page. Since then, several photos of her and model Coco, 36, have been uploaded to the account along with cute messages, once again, written from her perspective.
Ok! I'm the newest on Twitter! What's crackin world!! No haters allowed... pic.twitter.com/blTQaOdfIn
— Baby Chanel Nicole (@BabyChanelworld) November 28, 2015
As International Business Times previously reported, Ice T, 57, and Coco were not expecting Chanel to arrive for another couple of weeks. Their baby girl surprised them -- as well as their fans -- by coming early. Coco's rep confirmed the baby's arrival to People magazine, revealing that she was born in the early afternoon on Saturday at a hospital in Englewood, New Jersey. Chanel is Coco's first child with Ice T. He also has two children, Tracy and Letesha, from a previous relationship.
The couple announced their pregnancy in July. The announcement came during filming for their daytime TV show "Ice & Coco." At the time, Coco was believed to be about five months along.