Ciara stuns in blue silk dress after celebrating 2-year wedding anniversary
Ciara has been embracing Chinese culture ever since arriving for a vacation trip with her family, and she recently flaunted her sculpted figure in a bright blue Chinese cheongsam during a photoshoot.
Last Thursday, the 32-year-old stepped out sporting a cheongsam, which is a one-piece dress for women usually made from silk. She made sure to post beautiful photos of herself on Instagram, while posing at a beautiful temple.
Dressed to impress, the "Body Slam Sup Sup" songstress dressed herself in a silky blue dress featuring oriental patterns, and matching this with a pair of blue and white platformed sneakers from Nike.
While she did arrive in China with her husband Russell Wilson and their children, they were not seen in her beautiful temple photoshoot. However, the adorable family has been seen spending a lot of time together while in China, including going on a kitchen tour to make world-famous Xiao Long Bao dumplings, and visiting a huge Nike store which was swarmed with fans.
As previously reported by Daily Mail UK, Ciara and Russell have been dating since early 2015, and got engaged a year later in March 2016. They sealed the deal at the Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England on the same year, and welcomed their first daughter, Sienna, on April 2017.
While Sienna is Ciara's first child with Russell, she previously had a son from her former relationship with rapper Future. Their son Future Zahir was born on May 2014, and is extremely close to Russell, even treating him like his own son.
Russell and Future were spotted spending a lot of time together during their trip to Nike China, where the famous Football star accompanied the little boy to cop his own Neymar Jr. Brazil jersey just in time for the World Cup.
It is quite unclear when the Wilsons plan to head back to the US, but they seem to be enjoying their trip to Asia very much. They have been trying to immerse themselves with the rich culture of China, making sure to experience all the good things the country could offer.