Ciara and Russell Wilson welcome their baby boy
Win Harrison Wilson was born on July 23.
Congratulations are in order for Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara. The couple revealed on social media that they have welcomed their second child together, a baby boy named Win Harrison Wilson.
Ciara posted a video of herself singing “Happy Birthday” to Win as he laid on her chest. She captioned the post, “Happy Birthday WIN!!! Mommy & Daddy Love You! Win Harrison Wilson. 7.23.2020 8lbs 1 oz.” Russell shared a selfie with his wife and the newborn baby.
Win will be joining his big sister Sienna and big brother Future Zahir Wilburn, which the singer shares with rapper Future.
The NFL star and his wife first announced that they were expecting baby number three back in January. The “Goodies” singer showed off her belly bump in a bikini on Instagram. In April, the pair took to social media to reveal the baby’s gender. Both parents shot off confetti launchers that sprinkled blue streamers into the sky.
Ciara has also been vocal about the challenges expectant mothers have faced during the pandemic. “Ultrasound visits during this era of COVID-19 is a bummer because my hubby can’t come in with me to my visit,” she tweeted on April 13. “Truly a challenging time for expectant mothers.”
In an interview with Wonderland Magazine, Ciara spoke about her relationship with the Seattle Seahawks player. “I do feel that I’m a better woman because of him,” she said. “Obviously I have my own vision for myself, but my husband definitely makes me better and that’s what marriage is about. You both make each other better.”
“Hopefully there will be more kids, for sure,” she continued. “Well, you know, I got time! I’m a woman of ambition on a mission, so when the timing is right, of course!”
The REVOLT team would like to send our congratulations to the happy couple. Check out their announcements below.
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