Ciara Shows off Her Baby Bump in Oversize Yellow Pantsuit Paired with Black Heels in Video
Ciara Harris is a proud expectant mother as she flaunted her baby bump, in a new Instagram post, dressed in yellow pantsuits paired with black heels.
In the video, the singer turned around in slow motion while holding her oversized jacket firmly as the music played in the background. The mother of two captioned the post saying,
"Fudge this morning sickness. We’re Steppin Out."
The mom of two was dressed in a swimsuit as she stood atop a hill, Ciara revealed her huge baby bump from a distance and captioned the post, "Number 3."
The actress shares her eldest child, the 5-year-old Future Zahir Wilburn, with American rapper Future and her daughter Sienna with husband, Russell Wilson.
The extraordinary dancer got married to her NFL heartthrob Wilson in 2016 and gave birth to their daughter a year later.
The "Ride" crooner had a bitter split from estranged lover Future in 2015.
The actress has been open to having lots of children. According to Elle, she stated in November 2019 that Wilson wanted a huge family, and she was ready to have more kids. The singer noted, "I look forward to having more kids, we got time for that ."
Last week, Mr. And Mrs. Wilson were about to leave their home to the grand Tom Ford fashion event when Ciara began experiencing some discomfort with her dress.
Because of her newly gained weight and protruding belly, the model couldn't fit right into her black dress easily, but she made sure she managed it to the event.
Afterward, Ciara shared an Instagram story video of Russell trying to cut her out of the dress with a pair of scissors. And the singer gave a shout-out to her glam squad, who teamed up to fix the dress.
The "Ride" crooner had a bitter split from estranged lover Future in 2015 and started dating the Seattle Seahawks quarterback later that year until their marriage in 2016.
And according to reports, Ciara and her hubby, Russell Wilson, recently celebrated their third wedding anniversary with a vacation to Fiji.