Ice T, Coco Austin

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Coco is really excited to have a baby, but she's quite concerned about having the baby.

Of course, Ice-T's wife can't wait to meet their daughter Chanel, but Coco is admittedly very worried that her vagina will tear during childbirth!

"This makes people laugh, but I'm very petite down there," she tells In Touch magazine. "I'm prepared for pain, I just don't want to go through all the dramatics of ripping."

That's understandable, and for Coco, labor itself is the scariest part of all of motherhood. "If I could avoid actually giving birth, I'd probably have like five children," she says.

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The mom-to-be isn't likely to have a hard time losing any pregnancy pounds. "I've only gained about 5 pounds!" she tells In Touch. "For 18 years, I've been a model, but as soon as I got pregnant, I really couldn't care less about my body."

In fact, Coco "actually lost 10 pounds before I started gaining baby weight," she revealed in her pregnancy blog for E! "I think a lot of it has to do with food...Basically, 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! 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."

Sexy bras, that is! As Coco tells In Touch, "Expect a MILF! When I get up at 5 o'clock in the morning to go with Ice to the set, I'm completely done up—always top-notch. I want to transfer that to my child."

Coco's not wasting any time with that either! Last week she Instagrammed a photo of her baby-to-be's inaugural pair of high heels! "Guess what #ChanelNicole is leaving out of the hospital in?" she teased. "Yep! She already got her 1st pair of heels."

This is going to be one glam little lady!

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