Russell Wilson debuts new son with Ciara, internet convinced they look alike

Russell Wilson shares an adorable Instagram video featuring his and Ciara's newborn son, Win Harrison Wilson.

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After Russell Wilson uploaded a video to Instagram featuring his and wife Ciara‘s 1-month-old baby, fans noticed just how much father and son look alike.

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On July 23, the singer gave birth to Win Harrison Wilson with her athlete husband by her side.

Russell Wilson Ciara
(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Baby Win is the couple’s second child together and the third in their family. In 2016, the pair had their first child Sienna. Ciara has another son, Future, from a past relationship with rapper Future.

Since having a new child, the couple has shared a few images of their growing family. The latest upload is a video of Mr. Wilson holding the infant and talking to both the child and Mrs. Wilson while she films.

From the video, it seems the Seattle Seahawk’s quarterback hopes another baby is in their future.

“[We] need to have more of these little things,” he says in the video, quickly cut-off by his wife.

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Fans and friends of the couple immediately flooded the comments with emoji and loving messages.

Vanessa Bryant added “Awe. So sweet. Love you guys,” followed by the red heart emoji on the loving video. She and Ciara have play-dates together, including recently on “Kobe Bryant Day” theGrio previously reported.

“You’re the toughest mama I know. Seeing you put one foot forward each day is admirable. It ain’t easy, but if I know one thing, Mamba Queen’s capable of it all,” the Body Party singer said of her friend.

Many users noticed the resemblance between the Super Bowl champion and his youngest son. Comments range from “Russell holding an infant version of himself,” to labeling baby Win his father’s twin.

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