Russell Wilson is celebrating his wife Ciara. The Denver Broncos quarterback, 34, penned a sweet Instagram tribute to the singer on her 38th birthday, Wednesday.
“Happy Birthday to my Queen, @ciara ❤️,” Wilson wrote under a video of photos of the duo and their children. “You truly are Heaven sent, the perfect mother to our children, and God’s blessing to me as we get to do life together as Husband & Wife.”
In the clip, which was played to the tune of Ciara and Chris Brown’s song “How We Roll,” the husband and wife embraced and smiled alongside children Future Zahir, 9, Sienna Princess, 6, and Win Harrison, 3.
“We are all truly BLESSED!! I’m so grateful that God put you into my life and we’ve been able to create an amazing (growing) family,” Wilson continued in his caption.
He added that “God has so much in store” for the singer and that “I can’t wait to see how much good will come from your presence and joy!!!”
The sports star ended his tribute with, “I Thank Jesus for you every day! I Love You Mrs. Wilson.”
Ciara and Wilson are currently expecting their third child together. The pair already share daughter Sienna and son Win, while Future Zahir is Ciara’s son with her ex, rapper Future.
Ciara has been sharing regular baby bump updates throughout her fourth pregnancy. On Sunday, the “Level Up” singer posted a snap of herself showing off her bump at Wilson’s game against the Green Bay Packers in Colorado.
“Sunday Fun Day 👌🏽🏈 ❤️,” she wrote in her caption as she wore a white Broncos sweatshirt with her husband’s ‘3’ jersey.
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