Ciara gushes over Russell Wilson ahead of Seahawks loss

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Ciara has nothing but love for her “beautiful birthday boy,” Russell Wilson.

On Monday, the 36-year-old singer posted an Instagram tribute to the Seahawks quarterback, who turned 33.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and wife Ciara
Ciara celebrated husband Russell Wilson’s birthday on Monday with an Instagram tribute.
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“On this day, a Leader was born. My King,” Ciara began. “An incredible Husband and Father. On this day a Champion was born. An inspiration to so many! My Greatest Inspiration.”

Ciara, who has been married to Wilson since 2016, added that every day with her husband “feels like a celebration.”

Russell Wilson and wife Ciara get cozy in an Instagram snap.
Russell Wilson and wife Ciara get cozy in an Instagram snap.
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“Thankful to God for blessing me to go on this great journey called Life with you. You are everything to me. My Beautiful Birthday Boy I love you sooooo much! Happy Birthday Honey. #JesusYear,” Ciara continued.

Wilson later thanked Ciara on Instagram, writing, “You make everyday [sic] feel like it’s my birthday. I love you my queen.”

Ciara shares two children with Wilson, daughter Sienna Princess, 4, and son Win Harrison, 1. She also has a son, 7-year-old Future Zahir, from a previous relationship with rapper Future.

Russell Wilson and Ciara
Ciara called Russell Wilson her “king” on Instagram.
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Despite the birthday love from his “queen,” Wilson’s 34th year didn’t exactly get off to the best start. The Seahawks fell to the Washington Football Team on Monday night, their third straight loss, and dropped to 3-8 on the season.

Wilson, who has expressed that he’d like to play in the NFL for “20-plus years,” completed 20 of 31 passes for 247 yards. He had two touchdowns and no interceptions but was sacked twice.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in Monday's game against the Washington Football Team.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in Monday’s game against the Washington Football Team.
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“It’s just disappointing, you know, we have a good football team, a lot of great players, a lot of amazing effort every day,” Wilson said Monday postgame. “We’re in a storm, and I believe that we have to keep going, and the only way to get to the other side is just believing the water is going to calm down a little bit, and we’ll be able to get through it.”

Unfortunately for Wilson and the Seahawks, choppy waters are still ahead as they’ll face a surging 49ers team (6-5) on Sunday afternoon.



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