Ciara gave birth to her third child nearly two years ago in 2020.
The singer-dancer shares two children with her husband, Russell Wilson, and the oldest son, Future, from a previous relationship.
How many kids does Ciara have?
The One, Two Step singer is the happy mother of three children in total – 19-month-old son Win Harrison, daughter Sienna Princess, 4, and son Future Zahir, 7.
Ciara, 36, became a mother for the third time after she gave birth to her son Win on July 23, 2020.
She had to wear a mask over her mouth and nose with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic when giving birth to her newborn son, Win Harrison.
Are all her children with her husband Russell Wilson?
Ciara was previously engaged to rapper Nayvadius “Future” DeMun Wilburn, 38, in 2013, but the two called off the engagement the following year.
She does, however, share a child with the rapper – son Future Zahir.
Ciara tied the knot with her now-husband, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, back in July of 2016.
The couple shares two children – daughter, Sienna Princess, and son, Win Harrison.
Ciara gave birth to the couple’s first child, Sienna, in 2017.
Win is the singer’s second child with her husband, Russell.
How long have Ciara and Russell been together?
Ciara and Russell Wilson began dating in early 2015.
They married on July 6, 2016, at Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England.
Over the course of her pregnancy, Ciara gave fans a glimpse of what it’s like to be pregnant amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Russell wasn’t allowed to join Ciara for ultrasound appointments due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Fortunately for the couple, the quarterback was permitted to be in the room with his wife for the birth of their child amid the ongoing pandemic.
What did Ciara say about having more children?
On Thursday, March 3, 2020, Russel surprised his wife while she was guest-hosting on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
During which the athlete gifted Ciara with a bouquet of roses and asked her whether they could have more babies together.
Ciara laughed and responded with: “we definitely can, but we’ve got a little time before we get there.”
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