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Ciara Reveals 20 Lbs. Weight Loss 4 Weeks After Giving Birth to Daughter Sienna

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Four weeks after giving birth to daughter Sienna PrincessCiara has seen the first of her pregnancy weight disappear.

The singer, 31, shared her current weight by stepping on the scale and documented the number with a post on Tuesday on Twitter and Instagram. “I said I wasn’t going to gain 60lbs Carrying Sienna, and… I did exactly that!! … 4 weeks after her birth I lost 20 lbs. This Weeks Goal is 10 lbs. I was 183 yesterday,” she captioned her photo along with the hashtags #BounceBack and #LevelUp.

Ciara and husband Russell Wilson welcomed their first child on April 28. In October 2016 — on Ciara’s birthday — the singer and Wilson, 28, announced that they were expecting their first child together.

The Grammy winner is also mom to 3-year-old son Future Zahir, from a previous relationship with rapper Future.

Ciara/Instagram

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Ciara previously confessed to PEOPLE she gained 60 lbs. while pregnant with son Future, but noted that her determination made her bounce back more healthy and fit than ever.

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“After delivering my son, a 9-lb. 10-oz. baby, and gaining 60 lbs., I was committed to [returning] to how I felt before I had him. Four months after having him, I was back to my original shape,” she said. “There’s something very empowering about that. Something about that gave me an extra pep in my step, and motivated me even more to go harder.”

And to get back to her pre-baby shape, Ciara worked out every day with personal trainer Gunnar Peterson.

“She’s working hard, she’s getting it done, she’s eating properly, she’s getting sleep while she can, and so she’s getting leaner and stronger,” Peterson told PEOPLE in September 2014. “That’s the way to be the best mom.”