Heavily pregnant Ciara is making the best out of her baby bump days. The singer ditched her bronde curls to pose for yet another stunning maternity photoshoot with a brushed-up Afro. Here is how she totally owned the look.
Ever since Ciara announced the news of her pregnancy on January 30 in an epic Instagram post, the mother-of-two has been sharing beautiful photos of her baby bump.
The singer's summer started with a pregnancy photoshoot that showcased her bikini-clad baby bump so beautifully. Her beautiful bronde hair cascaded over her shoulders and her luminous skin glowed in the sunlight.
OWNING HER PREGNANCY DAYS
The mom-to-be took her maternity shoot to a whole new level when she dipped into the pool and showed off her growing belly photographed beneath the water.
Taking her photo game up a notch following the pool dip, Ciara donned a leather bandeau and a pair of low-slung pants as she posed for a photo.
Ciara and her husband, Russell Wilson, are expecting a baby boy.
The singer flaunted Afro-textured hair as she posed for the camera. She opted for minimal gold jewelry and bangles that complimented her look pretty well.
Ciara's photo might not give off beachy vibes like her previous ones, but if there is one thing that remains constant, it is her luminous skin.
WHY RUSSELL IS WORRIED
Ciara and her husband, Russell Wilson, are expecting a baby boy. The couple shares a 3-year-old daughter, Sienna. They also raise Ciara's son Future, who she had with rapper Future.
A lot of celebrities are expecting to have babies this year including Katy Perry, Nikki Bella, Katie Lee, Domino Kirke-Badgley, Stassi Schroeder, and Lea Michele.
Ciara's husband Russell is pretty excited to welcome his second child with the songstress, but he has some worries of his own. The Seattle Seahawks quarterback is worried about the upcoming season of NFL.
In a tweet, Russell shared that he is concerned about the NFL training camp that is about to start because there is no clear family and player safety plan yet.
While he wants to play football, he is not keen on doing it at the expense of his family's safety. Other NFL players including JJ Watt, Patrick Mahomes, and Drew Brees also took to social media to express their concerns.