Coco Austin shows off slim figure just a week after welcoming baby daughter

Never one to shy away from flaunting her impressive body at any given moment, Coco Austin has just treated fans to another scantily-clad snap.

Coco and Ice T welcomed their first child together a week ago, and the new mum says she’s already getting back to her pre-baby weight.

The 36-year-old said she only gained 13 pounds during her pregnancy and is already back down to norm of 137 pounds.

For anyone who might doubt her, she posted a before and after shot to prove it.

The fist picture, taken at 36 weeks, shows her sporting a small bump while dressed in a skimpy animal print top and matching leggings.

The second sees her showing off a flat tummy as she poses in a black crop top and leggings.

“1 week post baby… the left was me at 36 weeks ( I had Chanel at 37 weeks) I was basically in shape before I got pregnant but during pregnancy I stopped my workout regimen at 4 months preggers and pretty much became a fruitarian after that lol.. I ate other foods but craved fruit (sic),” she shared.

“Lol I lost 10 pounds before I even started to gain baby weight probably because 1 – I stopped drinking alcohol. 2 – I stopped weight lifting and lost a lot of muscle and 3 – I ate really healthy and took my vitamins everyday.”

Pregnant Coco Austin

Coco and Ice T welcomed their first child last Saturday and didn’t waste any time before they introduced their daughter to the world.

“Ladies and Gentlemen! Please allow me to introduce to the World…. Baby Chanel 5.7 pounds. Love is Love,” Ice-T wrote on Twitter alongside a picture of their precious bundle of joy with a giant pink bow on her head.

Read more: Coco and Ice T share first picture of baby girl

And on leaving the hospital, the star shared yet another picture as she cradled her newborn.

“Fresh out of the hospital… I can’t believe I became a mommy to a beautiful girl days ago. I’m feeling fab! I’m a complete woman!”

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