Ciara supports Russell Wilson’s season opener with new photo of infant son
Ciara posted a shot on Instagram with a caption to motivate and inspire her husband before his first game of the 2020-21 NFL season.
Ciara posted a photo of her husband on Instagram with a caption to motivate and inspire him before his first game of the 2020-21 NFL season.
For fans, the singer and Russell Wilson have become a staple, lovingly glamorous celebrity relationship; their public displays of affection have captured hearts. Ciara’s recent social media post commemorated her husband’s ninth season as quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks.
“Season 9. So proud of you babe @DangeRussWilson! Hardest working man I know. Seeing your daily dedication and commitment to the game continually motivates and inspires me! Best 2 Ever do it! #3. The Best is Ahead! Let’s Go @Seahawks! Let’s Go! #GameDay” she wrote.
The Seahawks’ won their first game 38-25 over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday afternoon.
After the win, Wilson posted a photo of their son, Win Harrison, born in July, on Instagram. He captioned the post, “That WINning feeling! #GoHawks,” while giving his wife credits for taking the photo.
Wilson has been a Seahawk since 2012. He led them to a Super Bowl victory in 2013.
The couple’s romance began in 2015. For a while, Black Twitter pestered Ciara for the prayer she sent up to receive such a loving husband.
Ciara spoke with Entertainment Tonight in August and gave credit to her husband for naming their baby boy.
“I give credit to Dad. Russell would always be like, ‘Here’s Win shortstop!’ He like, plays a whole thing out,” she told the outlet, sharing Wilson’s optimism that Win will become an athlete like his father.
“Harrison is his dad’s first name, which is really sweet and precious,” she said. “There was a lot of love and thought put into it.”
The couple also has a three-year-old daughter, Sienna Princess, and Ciara’s son, Future Zahir, 6, from a previous relationship.
The Seahawks face the New England Patriots in their game this Sunday at 8:20 p.m. EST.
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