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Ciara: I want more kids!

Published 15/09/2015

Ciara
Ciara

Ciara and boyfriend Russell Wilson have discussed having children together at some point.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Ciara would definitely like to have more children at some point.

The I Bet singer has 15-month-old son Future Zahir with former fiancé Future. The 29-year-old is now happily dating Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, and the couple have talked about having a family of their own one day.

“I definitely [want more kids], yes. [Russell and I] discuss a lot of things … a lot of good things!” she told People magazine. “He is just an amazing guy. Honestly, him being in my life is really sweet … Life is pretty good, I can say that.”

For now though Ciara is content with watching her little boy develop every day. The tot is starting to formulate his first words, and the singer admits she has to be careful about what he hears.

“He is awesome! He is 15 months going on three years old,” she laughed. “He’s like a parrot now, he’s in the parrot stage so he [copies] everything you say — which you have to be careful with! The other day we were saying, ‘Thank you, Jesus’ and I would say, ‘Say, thank you!’ and he would say, ‘Tank you!’ I’d say, ‘Je-sus’ and he’d say, ‘Yee-yus.’ It is so sweet!”

Ciara’s religion is extremely important to her, and she revealed a few months ago that she and Russell had agreed to abstain from sex.

“I feel very confident in the love that we have for each other, and only God knows where it’s going to go,” she told Page Six. “God knows everything that’s to come in the future, and I think it’s best to let him keep taking control of things. Life is sweet, and I’m very thankful for all the great things happening in my life. I’m very happy.”

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