Ciara Gave Birth To A “Princess”

April 29, 2017 / Posted by:

And she thankfully didn’t have that princess in an intersection!

Ciara and her husband, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, announced the birth of their baby girl on her Instagram. Where else are you going to announce you had a baby nowadays? All those janky printing companies where you can order up 3,000 pieces of cardstock adorned with clip art and your child’s name misspelled must be furious with Instagram for effing with their revenue.

As for the baby, her name is Sienna Princess. I know, it’s kind of a shrug of an attempt at a batshit celebrity baby name, right? But at least she’ll know it’s ok to be entitled right off the bat.

Via People:

The singer and husband Russell Wilson, who married in July 2016, welcomed Sienna Princess Wilson on Friday, according to an Instagram post from Ciara. The couple’s bouncing baby girl weighed in at 7 lbs., 13 oz.

The Instagram post consists of a really far away photo of Ciara that Russell took of her at the beach. She’s barely a speck in the distance. They made up an ocean-related welcome to Sienna Princess to accompany it.

That’s nice and all, but I’m guessing Ciara must have been in the late stages of pregnancy at the time. I bet she was like, “there is no way in hell you are posting a photo of me looking this swole up with no semblance of ankles on Instagram, Russell. You back off. You back off a mile away. Then you may take a photo of me. The last thing I need is that witch Rihanna leaving a pig face emoji in the comments.”

Pic: FameFlynet

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