The First Photos Of Ciara And Russell Wilson's Daughter Sienna Have Arrived! 

Sydney Scott Feb, 15, 2018

The first photos of Ciara and Russell Wilson’s daughter Sienna have arrived!

The singer and her hubby welcomed Sienna in April 2017, but have yet to share photos of their little bundle of joy until now. 

PEOPLE reports that the singer shared the images via the TraceMe app, writing, “I’m so excited to be opening up my world to you on TraceMe. You guys know that I tend to be private with a lot of things, but with TraceMe I can have a genuine, unfiltered connection with you all.”

So, world, say hello to Sienna Princess Wilson!



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Ciara and Rusell welcomed Sienna Princess in April 2017, months after tying the knot at Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England. 

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After welcoming their daughter, the couple shared a heartfelt black and white video celebrating their love and new arrival. 

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Russell later shared a sweet Mother's Day message to the singer, writing, "Nothing better than spending time with you. You are an amazing mom & I'm so grateful I get to spend the rest of my life with you & raising our kids. I love you!" 

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The doting hubby also had this to say on Ciara's birthday in October, "I just want to say you're the best woman I know, the best mom I know, the best wife I know, the best thing I could ever imagine."

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The singer added that her motivation for sharing photos of her daughter "was to give back." "My motivation for this was to give back for all of your support throughout the years. We now have a special place where you can get to know more about me, and see all the fun things that go on with my music, my family, my fashion and so much more."

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We're happy to finally meet you, Sienna!

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And, we know your mom, dad, and big brother are more than happy to have you in their lives.