CIARA IS SUFFERING PREGNANCY SIDE EFFECTS
E! NEWS -- Ciara may not feel 100 percent great as she deals with pregnancy side effects, but she is feeling the love from husband Russell Wilson.
The 31-year-old R&B singer and the 28-year-old Seattle Seahawks quarterback announced in October they are expecting their first child together. They wed at Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England more than three months prior. Ciara has a 2-year-old son, Future Zahir, with ex Future.
"Ciara is feeling good. She is tired though. She has not been working as much really, just relaxing around the house and taking this time to spend with baby Future and Russell when he is home," a source told E! News exclusively Friday. "She loves to cook and decorate for the holidays."
"Russell is really the best husband," the source said. "He always makes Ciara feel perfect even if she is not feeling it herself. Every day they get even more in love."
Ciara and Wilson have not revealed the sex of their child, or any other details about their upcoming arrival.
She stirred much speculation Wednesday when she posted on Instagram a photo of a pair of custom baby Nike sneakers in Seahawks colors—neon green, silver and navy blue—that her husband designed, saying, "What In The Cuteness Are These?!?!.... Our New Little Ones 1st Pair Of Shoes Designed By Their Daddy."
The source also told E! News Ciara and Wilson, who is away with the Seahawks, text and call each other all the time.
Ciara and Wilson have often expressed their love for each other on social media. She also showed her support for her husband's team late Thursday, posting on her Instagram page a selfie of herself in Seahawks gear.
"Color Rushing. Go Hawks. Go Mr 3 ♥," she wrote.
Ciara and Wilson have made the time to spend together in person despite his busy schedule. She and her son joined Wilson on the field earlier this month.
Last month, Ciara and her family went on a snow vacation to celebrate Wilson's birthday.
The couple has also used their time together to give back.
Ciara has been joining Wilson on his regular visits to Seattle Children's Hospital.