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This is going to be one fierce and fabulous baby girl!

Coco may only be six months along in her pregnancy journey. But the talk-show host already has big plans for when Chanel is born.

In addition to wearing the standard onesie, blanket and beanie, this stylish girl may just be donning a special accessory.

"Guess what #ChanelNicole is leaving out of the hospital in? Yep! She already got her 1st pair of heels," Coco wrote on Instagram with not one but three different styles to choose from. "Thanks @blossomsgirl for the fantastic gift!"

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Before Chanel rocks her first outfit, mama Coco will likely continue to show off her growing baby bump. In between filming new episodes of her talk show with husband Ice-T, the reality star is getting used to her figure.

"Still posing even with my cute little 6 month bump! I have to push it out a bit so you can actually see it. I call it more of a lump...." she wrote on Instagram after taking a selfie in her closet. "You can't hold Coco back. I'm posting my journey u kidding? Still have somewhat of a waist. Let's see how long this lasts...."

In her most recent pregnancy blog exclusively for E! News, Coco opened up about her journey to parenthood. While she feels "fortunate" and "blessed" not to suffer from morning sickness, the 36-year-old can't help but notice some changes with her body.

"I notice that I eat very little, I pee a lot and yes, my boobs are getting bigger," she wrote. "Bigger than they already are!"

She continued, "I don't know how that's going to happen but we already know they are big so I don't know where they are going. I might have to get some bras made." LOL!

Someone better save some room in that fabulous closet.  

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