Ciara and her husband are spotted gazing into each other’s eyes. The couple look so in love

Monica Otayza
Apr 02, 2018
09:07 A.M.
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Ciara and her husband Russell Wilson were spotted leaving their local church in Beverly Hills this week, as they hopped in their SUV as they headed home. 

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The 32-year-old songstress looked great in an all-black ensemble with her hair falling down in tight curls. 

Dressing casually, the singer wore black sweatpants, a matching black t-shirt, and a leather jacket. On her neck she wore a silver chain necklace. 

Meanwhile, clutching a bible was her husband Russell Wilson, 29, who showed the paparazzi a glimpse of how much of a gentleman he is to his wife as he opened the car door for her. 

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The Seattle Seahawks quarterback sported an orange printed t-shirt with black pants and a baseball cap. 

In April 2017, Ciara gave birth to their daughter Sienna Princess, and shared an adorable photograph of her sitting on Wilson's arm earlier this year.

She has an older three-year-old son named Future Zahir, whom she had with her ex-boyfriend and rapper Future in 2014. 

Wilson once shared how his faith played a great role into the couple's relationship when they were starting out in 2015. 

"For me, I knew that God had brought me in her life to bless her and for her to bless me,' he said during an appearance at The Rock Church. 'We’re not going to be perfect, by any means. But he’s anointed both of us and he’s calling for us to do something special."

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The couple also openly discussed how they abstained from sex before they got married in 2016. 

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Speaking to Cosmopolitan South Africa, Ciara shared:

"I really believe that when you focus on a friendship, you have the opportunity to build a strong foundation for a relationship, and once you know you're really great friends and you're what we call 'equally yoked' where you share the same values or the same outlook on life, it kind of sets the tone."

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