After attending the "Kids' Choice Sports Awards", Ciara and Russell Wilson made sure to give their children a taste of luxury by riding a private jet during their ride back to Seattle in time for NFL season.
The awards show is something that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson attends every year, but on this particular show, he had three special guests: his wife and their children.
During the "Kids' Choice Awards", the family looked casually chic as they graced the orange carpet. The 32-year-old singer's son Future Zahir looked dapper in a red flannel polo, white t-shirt with cityscape designs, gray shorts, and matching sneakers. He added a pair of sunglasses to his look and posed confidently with the rest of his family.
Likewise, the couple's 14-month-old daughter Sienna Princess made her debut in the famous orange carpet looking adorable in a printed white shirt, a white tutu, and silver sneakers.
According to People, Russell Wilson took home the coveted orange blimp for "Best Cannon" during the festivities and shared a photo of Sienna and Future helping him accept the award on stage.
“So cool accepting my @Nickelodeon #KidsChoice Award with our little ones. @Ciara … To all the kids out there… reach for the stars .. you just may land on the moon! #Grateful #Love”
While it is their daughter Sienna's first time at the "Kids' Choice Awards", Future Jr. accompanied his stepdad in last year's show, which he hosted.
After the KCA, the Wilsons headed home to Seattle in a gorgeous luxury black and white striped private jet, ready to kick off another NFL season cheering for their patriarch's team, the Seattle Seahawks.
"Back to Seattle with the Fam! #FootballSeason #GoHawks! #LevelUp"
While Russell is headed to another season in his career, Ciara is also leveling up her own in the entertainment industry. She just recently released a song called "Level Up", which has made waves on the internet as the newest dance craze following Drake's "In My Feelings".
The Wilsons are definitely making 2018 their year, and we can't wait to see what else they have up their sleeves.