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‘It’s the Hair for Me’: Ciara’s New Photo of Win Harrison Wilson Has Fans Seeing a ‘#miniRuss,’ While Others Can’t Get Enough of His Hair

Ciara‘s fans doted over the singer’s son Win Harrison Wilson on Friday, Nov. 20, after the mother of three shared a photo of the 4-month-old wearing an army green two-piece outfit as he smiled.

In the post captioned, “Go Daddy @DangeRussWilson! Hawks Win! #GoHawks,” Ciara’s initial motive behind Win’s pic was to congratulate her husband, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, for his 28-21 “win” on Thursday night over the Arizona Cardinals.

Many of the “Level Up” singer’s followers overlooked the celebration after noticing the infant’s rapid hair growth when compared to the last snapshot in October when he was dressed in all Gucci during his father’s #99club announcement. At the same time, others were quick to point out how strong Russell’s genes are.

Win Harris. (Photo: @ciara/Instagram)

“All this hair 😍😍😍.”

“It’s the hair for me 😍😍😍.”

“Such a cutie !! Look at all that hair 💙.”

“Russ whole face. 😍😍.”

“Omg!! Hubby has some strong genes!! Love it!! He is so adorable!!”

“You just baked him but Russell made him omg 😩 #miniRuss.”

As the holidays are quickly approaching, Ciara opened up to People magazine about her excitement for Win’s first Christmas and what she has planned for her family, including her daughter Sienna Princess, 3, and 6-year-old son Future Zahir. “We’re about to get all the kids’ gifts in line, which is exciting, and we’re getting ready to plan out our Christmas card, which is exciting too – we’re about to get into the spirit of it all… For Win, it’s his first Christmas. Our eldest, Sienna and Future, they know what time it is, so they’re anticipating something.”

She added that the most significant thing is seeing her children’s responses to their presents. “It’s always cute to see their reactions — even with the little things, it doesn’t have to be the biggest gift in the world,” Ciara said. “And nowadays you have to be more vocal with them because they are very particular. So I’m just hoping that we’ll get it right, and I look forward to seeing their reactions on their faces to something that that they wanted.”

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