“Sleek Zaddy 😍. #MCM” the singer captioned a photo of her spouse.
Wilson, who is a quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, was pictured in mirrored aviator sunglasses and slicked-back hair, lounging in a chair and rocking a tank top and matching black shorts.
With the bottoms rising enough to expose the athlete’s muscled thighs, many fans couldn’t help but take notice.
“Dang. Look at those thick legs. 👏👏”
“Slickeddd and thick 🤣”
“DADDY IS THICK 🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤”
“If there ever was a famine, those thighs would be a 🥘🍜🌯meal😂😂😂”
“Thick thighs saves lives lol.”
“Legs Legs Legs😍”
It’s rare that Wilson’s looks steal away from his wife. Typically, if a photo is uploaded to Ciara’s Instagram account — or even the football star’s — it’s the singer that’s getting all the love.
Case in point, Ciara’s own gams garnered lots of positive attention when she shared a photo of herself this month posing on a beach during the famous couple’s vacation to Fiji after celebrating three years of wedded bliss. With the 5-foot-7 star’s virtually mile-long legs on display against the background of the deep blue sea, her followers couldn’t help but remark on them.
“Legs for days months yearsss.”
“How can I get legs like yours 😍”
“Legs and an amazing body. Girl you’re da s—.”
Yet a recent event that had both Mr. and Mrs. Wilson shining was when the couple stepped out for a date night at the 2019 ESPY Awards back on July 10.
The singer sported a cut-out black plunging neckline dress complete with long sleeves and a thigh-high slit that exposed her eye-catching leg. Ciara paired the look with black Giuseppe Zanotti heeled sandals.
And her man was just as stylish.
Matching her in a black suit, Wilson donned a jacket with an Alex Soldier brooch pinned to his lapel that he matched with Loriblu velvet shoes, Footwear News reported.
“I’m pumped,” People magazine reported Ciara said to ESPN on the red carpet. “This is my favorite time of the year. I’m excited. I just get really pumped. I feel like some extra boost of energy that just kind of kicks in. I’m like, ‘Let’s go.’”