Ice-T Celebrates Wife Coco Austin and Daughter Chanel on Mother’s Day: 'You Are the Greatest Mom Ever'

The pair, who have been married since 2002, share daughter Chanel, 8, together

<p>Ice T/Instagram</p> Ice-T celebrates wife Coco and daughter Chanel on Mother

Ice T/Instagram

Ice-T celebrates wife Coco and daughter Chanel on Mother's Day.

Ice-T is making sure Coco Austin has a very special Mother’s Day!

The pair, who have been married since 2002, share daughter Chanel, 8, together.

On Sunday, May 12, Ice-T took to Instagram to share a sweet selfie Austin and Chanel snapped together. In the photo, Chanel can be seen wearing an Olivia Rodrigo Guts sweatshirt, while Austin dons bright pink lipstick.

"I know something that only Chanel and I know.... That you are the GREATEST Mom ever! Happy Mother’s Day Coco! We both LOVE you to death..❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ @babychanelnicole@coco," the proud father captioned the post.

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The longtime Law & Order: SVU actor, 66, is also a father to son Tracy Marrow Jr., 32, and daughter LeTesha Marrow, 47, from previous relationships.

In March, the couple visited Chanel at school for Parent’s Day. The trio were all smiles as they posed for pictures in an Instagram carousel while showing off one of their child’s school projects.

Austin and her daughter both wore pink sweaters and ponytails for the sweet photos.

<p>Chanel Nicole/Instagram</p> Ice-T (left), Chanel Nicole and Coco Austin

Chanel Nicole/Instagram

Ice-T (left), Chanel Nicole and Coco Austin

“Parent Day at school #2ndgrade #parentday,” the model captioned the social media post.

Last year, the “New Jack Hustler” hitmaker spoke exclusively with PEOPLE about one of Austin’s greatest qualities — being a great mother!

"Coco is super mom," Ice-T said of his wife during the December interview. "We have no nannies. She doesn't do that."

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To the rapper-turned-actor, being a mother is the most important job there is. He also added that women shouldn’t feel bad for being able to stay at home with their children instead of having to work.

"If you're fortunate enough to be able to stay home with your kids, it's the most incredible and most admirable thing you can do, is raise a child," he told PEOPLE at the time. "So don't let no woman make you feel any kind of way. Do that job. So she picks Chanel up, goes to school, brings her back, takes her to Kung Fu, takes her to all that stuff."

"Coco's super mom. She didn't ever think she was going to be a super mom — it just happened," he added.

<p>Michael Loccisano/WireImage</p> Coco Austin (left), Chanel Nicole and Ice-T

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Coco Austin (left), Chanel Nicole and Ice-T

According to Ice-T, Chanel is well-behaved and “doesn't require too much discipline.”

He also discussed how their parenting style and lifestyles have influenced their daughter’s upbringing.

"We do our parenting," he said. "I think the thing of it is, it's Ice-T and Coco. Our parenting is a lot different than the normal, square couple from Oklahoma. I'm a f---ing rock star, it’s different."

And Chanel has already expressed that she’s interested in following in her famous parents’ footsteps.

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At the Law & Order: SVU 25th anniversary celebration in New York City in January, Ice-T and Austin revealed that Chanel already has an acting agent.

"You know Chanel and Ryan Buggle [who plays Noah, son of Mariska Hargitay's Olivia Benson] have the same agents. We didn’t even know that. She just got an agent," Austin told PEOPLE.

"Chanel wanted to be here tonight. She's mad at us right now," Ice-T added. "She looked at the babysitter like, 'Really?! Really?' "

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