Ciara's unborn baby receives custom Nikes
The star has not shared the sex of the child, but she has already chosen a name.
Singer Ciara's unborn baby will be stylish from birth after landing a custom pair of tiny Nike sneakers to match ones sported by father-to-be Russell Wilson.
The couple wed over the summer (16) and Ciara is expecting their first child together, and on Wednesday (14Dec16) the pregnant star showed off the kid's first pair of shoes.
"What In The Cuteness Are These?!?!," she captioned the snap, which featured a pair of blue and green camouflage-print baby Nikes, with the words "Dangeruss Wilson", a nod to the American footballer's nickname, printed on the Velcro strap.
"Our New Little Ones (sic) 1st Pair Of Shoes Designed By Their Daddy," she added.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell signed a long-term deal with Nike at the start of 2016, after previously dumping an endorsement with the sports giant in 2014.
Brand officials unveiled the new Nike Flex Show training sneakers created by the athlete last month (Nov16) - and now his first child will be able to don a pair of his or her own.
Ciara and her new husband confirmed their baby news in October (16), as the singer marked her 31st birthday.
Alongside a black and white picture of herself cuddling with Russell, Ciara wrote: "On this special Birthday I received an abundance of love from friends and family.. and I'm excited to Finally share one of the Greatest Gifts of All that God could give..."
She concluded the message with several baby related emojis.
The couple recently found out the tot's gender, and while Ciara has yet to go public with the sex, she recently revealed they had already selected a name for their baby.
"I do know (the gender). I'm not telling, not yet, but I'm very excited," she told reporters at the American Music Awards in November (16), adding that she and Russell chose the name together. "We've already done that, actually."
The child will be Ciara's second. She also shares two-year-old son Future Zahir with her ex-fiance, rapper Future.
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