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Namaste! Coco Austin and Her Sister Do Yoga in Teeny-Tiny Bikinis

Coco Austin

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Ladies, isn’t this what it looks like when you do yoga with your sister? Anyone? Well, it is for Coco Austin.

On Wednesday, the wife of Ice-T showed off the benefits of spending all that time on the mat when she shared a video of her and sister Kristy Williams stretching and strengthening their bodies in itty-bitty bikinis. The women were striking a pose they call “The Butterfly.”

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Coco, 36, and her younger sis regularly pop advanced poses in photos she posts on Instagram, although they’re usually wearing more clothing in a more public space.

There was the time they worked it out at lunch.

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Then, they tried the so-called “Scorpion” pose in a hotel hallway. Hey, how come Kristy always has to be on the bottom?

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They even went out on an L.A. rooftop to perform their take on the “Infinity” pose.

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No wonder the outrageous Coco made a good reality star! She and her rapper/actor hubby’s Ice Loves Coco ended in 2013, but they’ll be back on the air soon.

Earlier this month, Fox announced that the couple will get their own talk show this summer. The similarly named Ice & Coco will run for at least three weeks, depending on ratings, beginning Aug. 3. The show will feature celebrity guests, games, and fun segments, according to the network.

We can only assume there also will be bikini yoga.

 

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