See How Ciara & Russell Wilson Welcomed Their Newborn Son Win Home after His Birth (Photos)
Ciara and her husband, Russel Wilson, have welcomed their newborn son home and he is adorable. Check out the photos now.
Congratulations are in order for Ciara and her husband Russel Wilson, who just welcomed their newborn son Win home.
The photo shared on to the star's Instagram page shows Ciara and her family posing in front of a wall of blue and silver balloons, some of which spell out "welcome home Win."
Ciara had announced his birth by sharing an adorable video of herself in a hospital bed, almost immediately after her son was born, with the star singing to her newborn.
In the video, you can see the doctors and nurses in the background as well as her son, Win lying on her chest. She captioned the video:
"Happy Birthday WIN!!! Mommy & Daddy Love You! Win Harrison Wilson, 7.23.2020, 8lbs 1 oz."
Win joins his siblings, Future Zahir, who she shares with her ex-fiance, Future, and her 3-year-old daughter Sienna with Russell Wilson.
The proud mother also shared an adorable photo of her newborn on his own captioned "I Love You," and fans cannot get enough of the tiny tot.
She spoke about being pregnant during a global pandemic.
Ciarra and Russel first announced that they were expecting in January of this year and the star has been sharing photos of her changing body on her social media.
In one of the posts, she shared a series of photos taken for "British Vogue" where she spoke about being pregnant during a global pandemic. She wrote:
"Pregnancy during COVID has been a unique experience! While it's also been challenging, I'm truly grateful to be surrounded by my family during this time."
Russell Wilson and Ciara attend the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party| Photo: Getty Images
Russell also took to social media to share the good news, showing a video of himself holding his son to his Instagram story.
Ciara and Wilson have been married since 2016 and during her pregnancy, the singer revealed that she had been grateful for the time she had to spend with her husband.
Calling it a "silver lining," she described the time they had together as amazing, adding that their schedules had never allowed them to be together so often.