The “Thinkin Bout You” singer, 34, posted a video via Instagram on Wednesday, April 15, of her doctor’s appointment. “Look how perfect this picture is. Isn’t that cute?” a person on the medical staff said. Ciara, who is wearing a mask and gloves, responded, “Oh my God, that’s so cute.”
Then, the Grammy winner showed that Wilson, 31, was not in the room with his wife but, instead, on a FaceTime call.
“The life of a pregnant woman in Covid-19 Era is very interesting …” Ciara captioned the post. “Russ had to FaceTime me from the car for our Ultrasound ❤️ We don’t hear to much about US during this time,” adding that she and her doctor planned to chat about the challenges on Instagram Live.
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The life of a pregnant woman in Covid-19 Era is very interesting… Russ had to FaceTime me from the car for our Ultrasound ❤️ We don’t hear to much about US during this time. Inviting all my pregnant women to chat with me and my doctor today on IG LIVE 2pm PST #WomensWednesday 🤰🏽
Ciara announced that she and the football quarterback are expecting their second child together in January.
“Number 3,” the singer captioned a photo via Instagram of herself showing off her baby bump while standing on rocks.
The duo shared that they are expecting a baby boy in a gender reveal video on Tuesday, April 14.
“Gender Reveal!! What’s it going to be?” she captioned a video via Instagram of a cannon shooting blue powder into the air.
The “Body Party” singer opened up about how being a mom has enriched her life in an interview with PureWow in November 2019.
“Motherhood has just shown me there’s really nothing we can’t do as women. I feel really empowered having my kids in my life. By far, my greatest accomplishment is having them. … I can’t even imagine my life without them. Life without them was not as good as it is with them,” Ciara said at the time.
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