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Mariska Hargitay's TV Son Had an SVU Reunion with Ice T and Met His Daughter Chanel
The Law & Order: Special Victims Unit stars took a picture together backstage at a New York Fashion Week event.
On September 6 Ryan Buggle, who plays Olivia Benson's adopted son Noah on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, had an unexpected reunion with his co-star Ice T (Fin Tutuola) at a New York Fashion Week event. In the candid selfie posted to Buggle's official Instagram page, the two posed and smiled at the camera while Ice T flashed a peace sign.
"Reunited with the coolest," the 13-year-old captioned the post.
Better yet, Buggle also got to meet Ice T's adorable, mini-me daughter, Chanel. Buggle shared a snapshot on his Instagram story him smiling next to the 8-year-old while behind the scenes of SVU.
"Backstage with the best," Buggle wrote on the post. How cute!
Chanel's life sure has been exciting lately. Last month, Ice T and his wife, Coco Austin took Chanel to New York City to celebrate the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. In the photo posted to Austin's official Instagram page, Chanel posed next to someone dressed as the Statue of Liberty in the middle of Times Square.
Then, in June, Ice T took Chanel onstage when he was performing at a concert in Brooklyn. In the sweet clip, Ice T held his daughter while while he sang "Hey Love" by Delfonics to an eager crowd.
The three were also near The Big Apple this April, enjoying some nighttime scenery while in New Jersey. In the picture, the family looked over the bright city lights while Chanel adorably grinned and flashed a peace sign. Adorably, she has the exact same dimples as her dad!
"The ICE FAMILY 💎 Jersey view of NY," Ice T captioned the post.
In a recent interview with People, Ice T discussed how he feels about his daughter's active social media presence.
"It's fun and she likes doing it. If she didn't, we definitely wouldn't do it," he told the outlet. "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," he added.