Ciara Shows Off Baby Bump In Black Bikini

Ciara recently took to social media to share a series of photos that reveal her curves and baby bump.

The singer, who is expecting her third child, was clad in a black bikini for the shoot. “The bump is bumpin,” she captioned the post.

The picture shows her wearing a matching black sarong, straw cowboy hat, sunglasses and gold bangles.

Ciara announced her pregnancy in January through an Instagram post. The baby will be her second child with husband Russell Wilson. She is also a mother to a five-year old kid, Future Zahir, through ex-fiance, rapper Future.

Ciara and Wilson shared a gender reveal video in April and said a baby boy is on the way.

The couple has been helping the community during the coronavirus pandemic. Last month, they told Jimmy Fallon that they had donated one million meals via Feeding America’s Food Lifeline.

“We have our foundation, the Why Not You foundation, and my dad used to always ask me this fundamental question, every day, almost. He would say, ‘Son, why not you?’ And it was the fundamental conscious and subconscious question that drove my whole life,” said Wilson.

He added, “We want to be able to impact with coronavirus right now, so what we did was donated a million meals to Feeding America in Seattle.”

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Ciara Gets Ultrasound While Russell Wilson Watches on FaceTime

Ciara is letting fans in on how she’s been managing her pregnancy amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

On Wednesday, the “Level Up” singer took to Instagram to reveal how she and husband Russell Wilson are handling her regular checkups. Ciara’s video showed her connecting with Russell on FaceTime so he could see their baby on the ultrasound. 

“Look at how perfect this picture is. Isn’t that cute?” one of Ciara’s doctors asks in the clip. 

“Oh my god, it’s so cute,” she gushes, before panning over to show Russell via FaceTime. 

“Hey, Russ. How you doing, bud?” her doctor asks the football player. 

Ciara captioned her post, “The life of a pregnant woman in Covid-19 Era is very interesting… Russ had to FaceTime me from the car for our Ultrasound ❤️ We don’t hear to much about US during this time.” 

“Inviting all my pregnant women to chat with me and my doctor today on IG LIVE 2pm PST #WomensWednesday 🤰🏽,” she added. 

Ciara and Russell announced they were expecting their second child together in January. The couple already share 2-year-old daughter Sienna, while Ciara is also mom to 5-year-old son Future Zahir, whom she shares with ex Future. The family recently revealed that they’ll be adding a baby boy to their family. 

“I love being a mom. It is by far the coolest job in life, and I do look forward to having more of those sweet little angels,” Ciara told ET last year of having more kids. “And it’ll happen at the perfect time.”

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“Oh my gosh. Mamas, what are we gonna do?” Ciara asked as Sienna giggled and crawled all over her. “What exactly are we gonna do, mamas? Cause this is turnt.”

Sienna then adorably asked her mom, “Who is turnt?”

“You!” the singer told her daughter with a laugh. “Sienna, you are turnt!”

Wilson and Ciara have been social distancing themselves amid the COVID-19 outbreak, and the family seems to be making the most of time spent at home, sharing their sleepovers and TikTok dances on social media. The superstar couple have also donated one million meals to a Seattle food bank to help those in need during the public health crisis.

As of Wednesday, there are at least 206,233 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States, with 4,576 deaths.

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