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Ice T Shared a Rare Pic of All 3 of His Lookalike Kids
The Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star has not one, not two, but three mini-mes.
On January 14, Ice T's wife, Coco Austin, and his mini-me 8-year-old daughter, Chanel, posted the sweetest snapshot of their entire family all sitting at a dinner table together. In the picture, Ice T, Austin, Chanel, and Ice T's two other children, LeTesha Marrow and Tracy Marrow Jr., all smiled at the camera, holding up colorful matching drinks (with the exception of Chanel, of course).
"The 'Ice family' 🧊" Austin cleverly captioned the post, to which Ice T responded with a slew of heart emojis.
See the cute picture down later in this article.
To celebrate Chanel's 8th birthday, the family had a fun adventure at Disneyland in December 2023. Austin shared pictures from the day of Marrow Jr. wearing a Yankees cap while he stood outside of a grand castle with his little sister. Austin's mother, Tina, and her sister, Kristy, were also in a picture where Chanel adorably sat in a red car statue while she pretended to drive it.
"The fam made it to Disneyland!! It's always a magical place everytime we go #celebrate #chanelsbirthday #8yearsold," Austin captioned the post.
What to know about Ice T's children
The Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star has three children: LeTesha Marrow, 47; Tracy Marrow Jr., 33; and 8-year-old Chanel. LeTesha's mother is Ice T's high school girlfriend named Adrienne, while Tracy's mother is his former girlfriend, Darlene Ortiz. Ice T became a grandfather in 1995 when LeTesha gave birth to her son, Elyjah Marrow.
Meanwhile, Chanel was born in 2014 after Ice T and Coco Austin tied the knot in 2002. Chanel now has over 400,000 followers on Instagram.
In a 2023 interview with People, Ice T opened up about how he feels about his daughter's social media presence.
"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 got her a page that way if people want to watch our child grow, they can."