Strong mom. Coco Austin has never been afraid to stand up to critics who have felt the need to discuss his parenting decisions over the years.
Married Coco Ice-T in December 2005. After a decade of marriage, the couple welcomed their daughter, Chanel, in 2015. In addition to Chanel, the Law & Order: Special Victims Unityou The actor is also the father of daughter LeTesha Marrow and son Tracy Marrow Jr. from past relationships.
The model has never been shy about sharing details about her personal life, including her love of being pregnant.
“I can’t say how much I loved being pregnant and I’m still pregnant,” she said. People in 2015 before welcoming Chanel. “Just kidding, I never thought I would feel like this because I’ve been in fitness my whole life, I didn’t know how my body was going to react. I was like, ‘Oh man, how am I going to love explode like a whale and not love my body?’
She then revealed that being pregnant made her feel “the opposite” of what she expected to feel. “When you get pregnant, you totally honor the fact that you are pregnant and you love the bump, and you love the feeling of something growing inside of you. You might care less about your body,” a explained the television personality. “I say to this day, I could be pregnant for the rest of my life. Believe it or not.”
At the time, Coco noted that she had a relatively easy pregnancy. She explained that she “didn’t have morning sickness” and never felt “nausea”.
At the time, Coco said she had a relatively easy pregnancy, noting that she “didn’t have any morning sickness” and never felt “nausea”.
Although her pregnancy went well, her journey as a mother was not always the same.
Over the years, Coco has had to defend herself as a mother against criticism.
“I’m totally serious when I say I love being a woman. I love the role I play…I can be crazy for coco sometimes but I have a good heart,” she clapped back in 2015 via Twitter. “Let me add that I don’t have any nannies or babysitters. I was 100% on point with Chanel. I also clean my own house and do my own #100% female laundry.
Keep scrolling to see some of Coco’s best clapbacks to mom-shamers.