Ciara and her husband Russell Wilson have announced some exciting news. The couple each took to their own respective Instagram accounts to share a photo of a bikini-clad Ciara, vacationing in the Turks and Caicos Islands, sporting a baby bump.
“Number 3,” they both captioned, tagging each other.
The new baby will be Ciara’s second child with the Seattle Seahawks quarterback, after the couple’s 2-year-old daughter, Sienna. Ciara also has a 5-year-old son, Future Zahir Wilburn, with Future.
Wilson and Ciara have been married since 2016. In a past interview with Extra, she revealed that the couple is planning to continue expanding their family.
“If you ask [Russell], we’re talking eight babies,” she told the outlet, via Page Six. “We’ll just go one day at a time, but I definitely do look forward to having more kids … We got time for that.”
In a spread for Wonderland Magazine, Ciara also spoke about her relationship with the NFL player.
“I do feel that I’m a better woman because of him,” she said, as reported by People. “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 business woman and mega-singer had a busy 2019. Besides dropping her seventh studio album Beauty Marks, Ciara also creatively directed a Nike x Jordans children’s line, ventured into makeup and announced her and her husband’s joint team ownership of the Seattle Sounders FC in Major League Soccer.
“While we work in different fields in our day-to-day, we are excited to come together to collaborate and create stories that we hope will touch people’s lives,” the couple said in a statement at the time. “We are both storytellers at heart and we want to be able to share stories that uplift people and inspire others to create positive change. That’s ultimately what we want this company to represent.”