Ciara and her husband Russell Wilson attended the Tom Ford Fashion Week show in Los Angeles over the weekend, and she had to be cut out of her dress after the zipper broke while they were on the way to the show.
The 34-year-old "Level Up" singer posted a gorgeous picture of her body-hugging dress, which showed off her growing baby bump. What people didn’t know, however, was behind the photo was a broken zipper that ended up being the reason why her dress was cut off by her husband when they got home from the show.
Ciara revealed she was expecting her third child through an Instagram post.
When Ciara and Russell were getting ready to attend Tom Ford's LA Fashion Week show, a mishap happened and her zipper got stuck. After realizing they wouldn't get to fix it on time, she decided to camouflage the problem and it was business as usual for them.
After the show, however, the real problem began, and that was how to remove the body-fitting dress that hugged Ciara's pregnant body. None other than Russell Wilson himself was tasked to cut the dress.
Of course, the NFL star made sure to cut off the dress as carefully as possible, so as not to hurt his beautiful wife or their unborn child. While she ended up cutting the dress up, they precisely cut it in its zipper area so as not to damage the dress itself.
Ciara revealed she was expecting her third child through an Instagram post, and she’s shared multiple photos since then. In fact, it seems the Wilson family has been quite busy, as they've been hopping from one event to another in the past couple of weeks.
Before stepping out for LA Fashion Week, the Wilsons were at the 2020 Super Bowl where the “Level Up” singer showed off her growing baby bump while sporting a Kobe Bryant jersey, paying tribute to the late NBA legend.
Ciara Wilson attends the American Music Awards | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
“The news is heartbreaking. I am lost for words. Praying for [Vanessa Bryant], the Bryant family, and other families that have lost someone. Rest In Paradise, Kobe and Gianna."
Ciara joins millions of others around the world in their mourning of the NBA legend and his prodigy, who was only beginning her career in basketball at 13-years-old.