Chanel Nicole, Newborn Daughter of Ice-T and Coco Austin, Dishes About Life on Her Own Twitter Account

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Chanel Nicole has been in this world for less than 24 hours and already is dishing about life on her own Twitter account.

Born at 11:47 a.m. on Saturday in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Chanel Nicole is the newborn daughter of Coco Austin and Ice-T.

Not long after baby Chanel's birth, Ice T decided to create a Twitter account for his little girl, @BabyChanelWorld.

The little munchkin has already posted several tweets about her entry into the world and as of this writing has 11.7K followers!

According to Access Hollywood, this is the first child for Coco Austin and the Law & Order: SVU actor, who wed in 2001.

Coco couldn't wait to share the first pic of beautiful little Chanel on Instagram.

"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!" Austin captioned the close-up of her newborn baby girl.

Ice-T — a.k.a. Tracy Marrow — was soon to follow, posting the same photo to Twitter with the formal caption, "Ladies and Gentlemen! Please allow me to introduce to the World.... Baby Chanel 5.7 pounds. Love is Love."

Hours before Chanel's birth, Coco alerted the world that her baby would likely make an early appearance.

"This baby is coming early - a mothers intuition ‪#‎ChanelNicole‬ is trying to make her appearance. Strange thing is I will miss her inside of me..I really enjoyed the experience!"

The new parents revealed they were expecting during a July taping of their talk show "Ice and Coco," and shared with Access Hollywood in October what they were looking forward to most about meeting their bundle of joy.

"Dressing her up!" Coco said. "She has a nice little shoe collection, like Mom does. It'll be nice. I love babies, I love kids."

Ice-T also has a daughter, LeTesha, and son, Tracy Jr., from two previous relationships.

Pam Wright