Russell Wilson Learns How to Do His Daughter’s Hair, Wife Ciara Praises Him With Adorable Video
On Sunday, June 7, pop star Ciara, who is married to Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, took to Instagram to share a video of a special moment shared between her husband and their daughter, Sienna.
Sienna is two years old and as the video shows, loves to listen to worship music while her daddy does her hair. “My Beautiful Black Man and My Beautiful Black Princess,” Ciara captioned the video.
As the video plays through, Sienna is also turning into a very independent woman as she tries to convince her dad that she can tie her hair up by herself. Of course, Russell still let his daughter have the assist.
Although it was a simple ponytail hairdo that particular Sunday, Russell did a pretty adorable job. And just to make sure her dad’s work was secure, Sienna gave her head a little shake at the end to make sure it stayed intact.
And their followers absolutely loved the video. And may joked how patient and nice Russell was being, because had a mama been doing her hair, that “helping” hand may have just gotten slapped.
“Daddy’s so nice. That little hand would have got popped if a mom was doing her hair,” one commenter joked. “I was thinking that the entire time! My hand definitely would’ve got popped.” another agreed.
And many more couldn’t help but point out just how much Russell and Sienna look alike. “That baby look just like her father,” one person exclaimed. “Man, this is so beautiful. I love to see us together like this. God bless your family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson.”
Last week, Wilson also shared a message to his fans in regard to the turmoil our country is currently facing. In his lengthy statement, he talked about being a black man, helping raise his black stepson, Future.
“I remember my dad and grandfather telling vivid stories of the 50s and 60s regarding the brutal acts f violence inflicted upon blacks. It seems that we have been thrust back to those horrific events all over again in 2020. The reality is the past has never left us. […] As a stepdad to one of the most amazing kids I’ve ever known, a young boy with so much passion, talent, intelligence, and love for others as a father to one of the most bright, brilliant, and vibrant young girls in the world and a new baby boy on the way…I fear. I fear for their lives just like my grandmother feared for my ad’s life and the lives of her other children. I fear because of the color of their beautiful chocolate skin.”
Russell added that “We cannon continue to ignore racism as though it had ended. […] We need true leadership, We need justice, We need equality,” the athlete wrote.
Sara Vallone has been a writer and editor for the last four and a half years. A graduate of Ohio University, she enjoys celebrity news, sports, and articles that enhance people’s lives.