The singer-songwriter, Ciara, and her husband, Russell Wilson, recently revealed they are gearing up to have a baby boy. This Tuesday morning, the pair of celebrity parents took to their social media accounts to share the joyful news.
Currently, Ciara and Russell take care of two children together, Future Zahir Wilburn and Sienna Princess Wilson. As it was previously reported, Ciara announced she was having a baby at the start of the year, in January. The singer shared a post of herself wearing a bikini along with a baby bump.
She wrote in the caption of the post, “Number 3.” As most know, this is a particularly turbulent time to be having a baby, considering the entire Western world is shut-down in hopes of flattening the curve of COVID-19.
The pandemic has affected many people around the world, even Ciara, who claimed that her hospital visits have been more challenging with all of the new precautionary measures. Ciara took to her IG at the time to state it was a “bummer” for her to go to the hospital because her husband couldn’t come in with her.
“What a time we’re living in,” the singer remarked. With all that said, it may be all worth it for Ciara, who has frequently stated that motherhood has changed her irreversibly for the better. During a chat with E! News back in 2015, Ciara claimed motherhood changed her entire perspective on life.
Ciara said she really “loved” being a mother, and taking care of her kids comes before all else these days. The star conceded it all came at the right time for her too. The singer-songwriter went on to say that she doesn’t “sweat the small stuff anymore,” because her child put everything in the rearview mirror.
One special day, in particular, helps her understand the importance of taking a step back and enjoying life. Ciara claims that day is Mother’s Day, and it’s even more important to someone working in entertainment where competition is fierce.
As fans of Ciara know, she and Russell have a 2-year-old girl named Sienna Princess. She had her other child with the rapper, Future.