Ciara Reveals How Her Body Changed With Her Third Pregnancy

The singer and her husband, Russell Wilson welcomed Win Harrison Wilson on July 23, 2020.

Ciara is getting real about her third pregnancy with her 4-month-old son Win and while she’s overjoyed by his healthy birth, let’s just say she’s now admitting it was a “painful” experience. Speaking backstage at the 2020 American Music Awards, the “Level Up” singer and mother of three got candid about carrying baby Win. 

“My body was so achy, I thought I was going to need a cane at the end of my pregnancy to be honest,” the 35-year-old said according to E Online. “I was a penguin walking throughout the house at the end, but the creativity helped me get through it.”

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The artist added that being pregnant with Win was the “slowest pregnancy” that she has experienced but giving back during the coronavirus pandemic helped her get through it all. 

"We were really trying to find ways to impact and give back and it has been a blessing to be able to give back during a time like this when so much is being taken away,” she said.

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Ciara and her husband Russell Wilson, quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks, welcomed their second child together, Win Harrison Wilson on July 23, 2020. The couple discovered that they were pregnant with their son, shortly before she hosted the 2019 American Music Awards and announced the good news in January 2020. 

Win Harrison Wilson joins the couple's 3-year-old daughter, Sienna, and Ciara's 6-year-old son, Future Zahir, whom she shares with her ex and rapper, Future.

Ciara and Russell Wilson have been married since July 2016.

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