Ciara‘s 5-year-old son Future Zahir Wilburn and her 2-year-old daughter Sienna Princess Wilson are clearly setting the stakes high for other sister-brother duos.
The proud mother and 34-year-old crooner fawned over her children’s inseparable bond as they set sibling goals on social media this week. She took to Instagram on Wednesday and posted an adorable picture of little Future and baby Sienna lounging on the couch together.
The brother and sister duo sported matching Nike sweatsuits. The 2-year-old Sienna slouched against her brother’s leg as they posed for a family photo together.
“These 2 are tight like glue ❤️ ,” Ciara gushed. “It just makes me smile and they stay fresh! @finishline @finishlinewomen.”
Fans instantly fawned over her post.
“Cici’s kids are so adorable n cute…so lovely. ❤️ so nice I hope they always be tight like glue.”
“Beautiful 🙏🏾 God bless you and your family. Sienna looks just like her dad!”
“Your son is your twin and baby girl looks like her daddy, y’all did a great job creating some beautiful babies 😍”
“Awww preciousness ❤️ such a beautiful family. Your babies are just the CUTEST!”
Ciara shares baby Future with her rapper ex-fiancé Future and welcomed Sienna with husband Russell Wilson in 2017. However, the half-siblings having different fathers in no way gets in the way of their closeness. For one, Future has bonded with stepdad Wilson since the Seattle Seahawks quarterback began dating Ciara in 2015. In the years since, Wilson hasn’t hesitated to embrace baby Future as his own, which he spoke on to BuzzFeed’s “AM2DM” in March.
“The thing that I’ve learned the most — and I think this is real — the thing that I’ve learned the most is that being a stepdad and then also having our little daughter as well, [but] being a stepdad, you really find out what love’s like,” Wilson said. “It’s interesting. It’s easy to love somebody that’s blood and everything else, but when you can love somebody just like it’s your own child and everything else, that’s what real love’s like”
For Ciara, it was important for her to have siblings, since she grew up with no brothers or sisters.
“I am an only child, so I always had a strong desire to have siblings, and that triggered my will to have more kids,” she told Vogue Arabia in February. “They are an extension of my legacy and they keep me young. Motherhood definitely gives you a new conscience. My kids help me to feel motivated and keep things in perspective.”