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Mariska Hargitay Has a "Big Smile" After Seeing Ice T's Daughter's Halloween Costume

The Law & Order: SVU star's 7-year-old Chanel dressed up as a famous royal historical figure. 

By Jackie Manno

Ice T's daughter went all out this Halloween!

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On October 31, the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star posted the most adorable photos of his 7-year-old, Chanel, all dressed up in a bright pink Marie Antoinette costume. In the snapshots, Chanel held a fan to her face, all while sporting a very impressive lavish wig. 

"Her Majesty Queen @babychanelnicole wishes you ALL a very Happy Halloween 🎃," Ice T captioned the post. 

"This just put a big smile on my face," his SVU co-star Mariska Hargitay commented. 

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Chanel clearly has a sense of style already, as she also did a cute show at New York Fashion Week to promote a children's clothing brand called Rookie USA. Her mother, Coco Austin, posted the most adorable pictures of Chanel confidently walking down the runway before blowing a kiss to the audience. How sweet!

"So its Fashion Week in NYC!! Chanel hit her first fashion show for @rookieusa and wore @converse and @levis .. It takes a lot of guts to strut down the runway especially for her age.. .So proud she pulled it off she was so nervous.. She told me she was so embarrassed when she heard me yelling so hard from the sidelines..lol," Austin captioned the post.

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Ice T on being "proud" of daughter Chanel 

In a August interview with People, Ice T discussed how he feels about his daughter's Instagram account with over 400k followers.  

L-R) Coco Austin, Chanel Nicole Marrow, and Ice T pose on a red carpet for new york fashion week

"It's fun and she likes doing it. If she didn't, we definitely wouldn't do it," he said. "When Chanel was born, we got her social media because we knew that we were gonna be the parents that were gonna show a hundred pictures of their kid because we were proud. I didn't want to put it all on my page, because then I'd be that dad that's always showing pictures of his kids. So we said got her a page that way if people want to watch our child grow, they can. We're not afraid of anything happening. People will say, ‘don’t show her face.’ We're not concerned with that."

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Chanel clearly isn't the only one who likes to preserve memories via photographs. 

"I'm taking a lot of pictures. I'm that same guy that you go, 'Oh, my daughter…' and before I know it I'm showing you pictures," Ice T also said in a 2020 interview with People. "I said that I'm not going to be that guy, but now I'm just like, 'Wait, look,' and, 'Wait, look at this one,' and, 'Wait a minute, hold up.' You can't help it. You're just happy."