Coco Austin's Baby Bump at 7 Months Is Still Pretty Much Non-Existent

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Coco Austin's baby bump is still the smallest we've ever seen.

The 36-year-old model Instagrammed a photo of herself rocking skin-tight leggings on Sunday, and though her clothes were definitely fitted, her belly remained notably tiny. Coco is currently 31 weeks into her pregnancy.

"I have to shout out these leggings that look like jeans," Coco wrote. "They are so comfy while preggers."

WATCH: Coco Austin is 7 Months Pregnant and Has the Smallest Baby Bump We've Ever Seen

Seems like even Chrissy Teigen, who just announced her pregnancy last week, has a more noticeable baby bump than Coco!

"Somebody is early to the party," Chrissy, 29, joked about her growing baby on Sunday.

Last month, Coco did address some of the chatter about her small belly on Instagram.

"So u ask where is my baby bump? Well, basically its going ALL to my boobs," she joked.

"Almost 26 weeks & there is still little sight of #babychanel," she further acknowledged. "Again I feel so blessed to be breezing through the stages of pregnancy and hope it doesn't change. I do wear less heels but honesty my feet haven't given me problems yet!"

Coco's bump, however, did look more pronounced on Wednesday, when she got glammed up for a baby shower thrown by her family in Arizona. "This is the most adorable cake ever!" she Instagrammed alongside a picture of a cake reading, "Welcome baby Chanel," the name she and her husband, rapper/actor Ice-T, have already picked out for their first child. "Thx to my mom and sister for such an amazing baby shower. I will cherish this moment forever and show #ChanelNicole how much she was loved before she was even born!"

WATCH: Coco Austin Lets Plastic Surgeon Inspect Her Booty to Prove It's Real

Watch the video below to see the high heels Coco's already picked out for baby Chanel to wear out of the hospital.