On Oct. 25 he uploaded two pictures of Ciara. One shows her being hugged by her son Future and daughter Sienna. The next one is a black-and-white photo of her and Russell holding Sienna in front of a jet.
The caption is where he wrote his message. He began, “My Queen. You are everything a man, husband, lover, friend, dad, a family, and our kids could ever ask for! You are Heaven sent. You have changed my life for the better. You, my Queen, are the most loving mother to our beautiful 3 babies.”
He continued, “I am grateful for how you always love. Jesus has anointed you from the crown of your head to the souls of your feet. You have changed generations with your music, your dance, business, & your influence as a woman around the world.
“However, despite all of that… the best thing about you is how you always make our family laugh and smile from ear to ear. We love how you wrap your arms around us. We love you forever. Daddy loves you. ❤️ Happy Birthday Babylove! @Ciara.”
A few hours after Wilson made his post, Ciara responded with her own message. She replied, “Awe baby. All I ever want and need on my birthday is love. There’s no better joy than feeling the sweet love you and our babies make me feel! I’m just so grateful and content on every level of life. God is SO GOOD. I love you sooooo much!!”
The “One, Two Step” singer turned 35 yesterday, and she revealed on her Instagram Story that to celebrate she invited some of her friends — one of whom happened to be La La Anthony — to be a part of her latest episode on Apple Music’s “Level Up” Radio with Ciara.
As for the game, Wilson’s Seahawks lost their first game of the season, falling to the Arizona Cardinals 37-34 in overtime despite Wilson passing for 388 yards and three touchdowns.