Add the ice into a food processor or blender. Process for about 2-3 minutes or until ice becomes snow like, with no big chunks of ice left.
Mix in the cream of coconut with the blended ice. Stir until completely combined. Divide the coconut mixture and spoon into glasses. Place glasses into refrigerator to keep cool while we work on the watermelon.
Add the frozen watermelon to the food processor or blender. We don't need to clean the processor, just empty out all the coconut. If you do the watermelon first you will want to clean it otherwise your coconut mixture will turn pink! Blend or process the watermelon for about 2-3 minutes until no large chunks remain. Watermelon will be ground up and slightly dry.
Add in the almond milk (or milk of preference), you can add more or less based on preference. Stir to combine. Divide the watermelon mixture and spoon into glasses on top of the coconut.
Can squeeze in some fresh lime juice if wanted for an extra little flavor kick!