Born to slay. Coco Austin had a ball dressing up her 11-month-old daughter, Chanel, for her first Halloween. The 37-year-old model took to Instagram to show off her tot — whom she shares with husband Ice-T — looking beyond adorable in a number of festive looks.

The Ice & Coco alum got the celebration started early, posting a sweet snap of her little girl dressed as a monkey on Thursday, October 27.

“I got 5 Halloween costumes for Chanel.. Over the week I'm gonna post them all. Here is her lil monkey suit.. Years ago Ice named me monkey neck cuz I like to climb on him when he is busy with other things,” Austin captioned the pic. “The nickname has transferred to Chanel so it was only right I get her a monkey costume...lol.”

Two days later, the proud mom shared a photo of Chanel rocking a mini Snow White dress. “Oh no, my little Snow White ate the apple!!” she wrote on Saturday, accompanied by a photo of Chanel napping with a half-eaten apple in hand. “LOL @babychanelnicole 2nd look for Halloween.”

Oh no,my little Snow White ate the apple!! LOL @babychanelnicole 2nd look for Halloween

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Naturally, Chanel also posted a pic of herself in the Disney-inspired getup from her own Instagram account (because that’s what babies are doing these days).

“2nd look for Halloween! Snow White,” the young’un — via Austin — wrote alongside the 'gram. “This may be my new thing all year dress up in costumes!”

And on Sunday, the “Shoe Freak” singer uploaded a shot of Chanel sporting a sweet, pink-and-white little lamb costume — complete with woolly ears! “My little lamb..” Austin wrote. “This is the 3rd option for Chanel's Halloween costume..More to come!”

Though she loves seeing Chanel all dolled up, Austin revealed in a March 2016 E! blog post that she wants her only child to steer clear of the modeling world. “I'm going to try and push her away from modeling,” the former video vixen wrote at the time. “It's going to be hard because I'm probably going to have a camera in her face and she's going to learn how to model.”

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