Ciara's baby on the way, her third, will be a boy

By Jen Juneau
Updated July 20, 2020 12:45 PM
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Ciara — and her baby boy on the way! — are staying cool this summer.

In the latest of the pregnant singer's stunning maternity photos, Ciara poses submerged in a pool, showing off her baby bump in a black-two piece.

Taken from the side, the black-and-white shot shows the 34-year-old "Goodies" hitmaker cradling her belly while looking down, the water coming up to shoulder level.

Ciara's Saturday post was presented without a caption but had garnered over 1 million likes and 6,300 comments by Monday morning.

"So BEAUTIFUL! 🤗💙," wrote Kevin Hart's pregnant wife Eniko, who's currently expecting the couple's second child together, a baby girl.

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Ciara and husband Russell Wilson announced that she was expecting baby No. 3 in January, sharing a photo of the singer in a bikini on Instagram at the time, showing off her bare baby belly.

"They're so excited to expand their family," a source close to the couple told PEOPLE.

Wilson, 31, and Ciara's kids helped their parents share the sex of the baby on the way in April — with the singer's son Future declaring he was hoping for a baby brother.

"YEAH!" Future screamed excitedly in the video shared to Wilson's Twitter account, running around the yard as soon as blue smoke and confetti filled the air.

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On Sunday, Wilson cited his wife being pregnant as his reason for concerns about the football season amid the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

"I am concerned. My wife is pregnant. @NFL Training camp is about to start.. And there's still No Clear Plan on Player Health & Family Safety," the Seattle Seahawks quarterback wrote on Twitter. "We want to play football but we also want to protect our loved ones #WeWantToPlay."

Wilson was one of the many NFL stars on Sunday to express concerns about the upcoming season on social media and use the hashtag "#WeWantToPlay."

Among the athletes to do so include J.J. Watt, Drew Brees, Richard Sherman, Malcolm Jenkins, Jared Goff, Todd Gurley and Larry Ogunjobi.