Ciara And Russell Wilson Welcome Son, Win Wilson

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The Wilsons added a new bundle of joy to their growing family.

It’s a boy! Ciara and Russell Wilson welcomed a son, Win Wilson, on Thursday (July 23).

The proud parents shared hospital footage from the baby’s birth on their social media accounts on Friday (July 24). In the adorable recording, Ciara sings “Happy Birthday” to her newborn baby boy.

The Wilson’s blended family include Future, 6, and Sienna, 3. The happy couple tied the knot in 2016.

In an interview with British Vogue earlier in the month, Cici opened up about being pregnant in quarantine and taking special precautions like Russell waiting in the car while she had an ultrasound visit.

“I wanted to be really cautious,” she explained. “I had a little ziplock bag of gloves for the appointment and then I had my mask. When I went from one room to the other, I switched to a new pair of gloves. When the image of the baby came on the screen, I FaceTimed Russ in the car so that he could see. We women carry the baby, but for my husband, being in the room and listening to the heartbeat in real time is one of his ways of connecting. For him not to be part of that was a symbol of this time that we’re living through.”

The mother of three went on to talk about keeping her two older children busy, and being “more active on the mommy front” with schools closed due to the pandemic. “That break in the day when you send your kids to school is a luxury. We’re trying all kinds of stuff to keep them both occupied. The other day I got in the car with Sienna and drove her past some horses for a change of scenery.”

The “Level Up” singer has been busy with her family and career but she still finds time to help others.  A few days before giving birth, Ciara announced that she partnered with Discover to offer $5 million to struggling Black-owned restaurants as part of the “Eat It Forward” campaign.

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