Ciara and Russell Wilson welcome third child together

Ciara and Russell Wilson announced the birth of their daughter, Amora, on December 11, one day after they appeared together at Wilson's win over the Denver Broncos. "We love you so much!" the parents jointly posted on Instagram, showing their baby girl wearing a black onesie and custom hat.

Amora's middle name is Princess, which seems to be a family tradition: Ciara and her eldest daughter Sienna both have the same middle name.

Ciara and Russell Wilson's Family Tree

The newborn is Ciara and Wilson's third child. They have Sienna and son Wyn Harrison, with Wilson being the future stepfather of Ciara's son from a previous relationship. "Being a stepfather ... really taught me what love looks like, what life is really like, and how God wants us to love," Wilson told Good Morning America in 2020. He added, " One of the greatest gifts in the world is children.”

On December 10, Ciara brought her three little ones to cheer Wilson on during a game against the Los Angeles Chargers. "3 + 1," she wrote in the caption of her post that night, hinting at the impending birth of her fourth child. Clearly, it's been a busy 48 hours for the family!


amora's adventure

Since announcing her pregnancy in August, Ciara has flashed her baby bump at photo shoots, football games and red carpets, including at the premiere of The Color Purple on Dec. 6, just shy of Amora's arrival One week.

At the time, she told Entertainment Tonight that she was ready, but not ready, to welcome her fourth child. "I've got three kids now, like the Three Stooges," she joked. "You never know what you're going to get."

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Ciara recently revealed on "Call Her Daddy" that Wilson became a father "immediately" at the beginning of their relationship.

"Watching him with all of our kids... it's one of the sweetest things," Ciara said. "Honestly, it's one of the sexiest things." She also revealed that Wilson is excited to further grow their family. "Like, don't go crazy now," she joked. "Let's just take one child at a time."