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Coco Austin Flaunts Post-Baby Body Weight Loss In A Sports Bra

Nicole Coco Austin Post Baby Body Nude Bra
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Dec. 9 2015, Updated 10:06 a.m. ET

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It's only been one week since Coco Austin and Ice-T welcomed their daughter, Chanel Nicole, to the world, but the curvaceous new mother is already flaunting her impressive post-baby body.

The 36-year-old took to Instagram to share a photo her miraculously slimmer figure, telling followers that she's managed to get back to her pre-baby weight in just seven days.

"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," she captioned her side-by-side photos. "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."

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Coco even took the liberty of sharing her current weight. "I gained 13 pounds my whole pregnancy and now I way almost back to norm at 137 pounds," she told her 1.6 million followers. "I believe anybody could too go through a wonderful experience and that's why I made a baby blog so people could know the steps I took.. I hope to bring inspiration." As Radar previously reported, Coco and her rapper husband, 57, were quick to share photos of their baby girl, who arrived early at 5.7 pounds and 18 inches.

The cooing new mother received a lot of attention throughout her pregnancy, both for her revealing maternity wear, and her tiny baby belly.

However, despite the early delivery ahead of a December due date, Coco says the growing family is happy and healthy.

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