Ciara and Russell Wilson Spread ‘holiday Cheer’ in Denver by Caroling for Hospital Children
The kids at Children’s Hospital Colorado got a special gift from Ciara and Russell Wilson. The Grammy winner, who is 37, and the NFL player, who is 34, went to the hospital’s Seacrest Studios on Tuesday and spent time with the kids.
The Seacrest Studios are a broadcast media centre that was given to the hospital by the Ryan Seacrest Foundation. During their visit, the couple sang Christmas songs like “Deck the Halls” and “Jingle Bell Rock,” and they got the kids to join in.
People who couldn’t be there in person could watch the celebrations right in their rooms. In addition to singing carols, the couple read their book Why Not You? to the kids and let them take pictures with them.
In a video that was sent to PEOPLE, the “Like a Boy” singer and Wilson talked about how excited they were before going inside. “Every year, we’ll do the things I like to do.” The “My Goodies” crew says, “We’re going to sing some Christmas songs with the kids and spread some holiday cheer.
“She will sing, and I will do the cheering,” says Wilson. Last month, the couple celebrated Thanksgiving with their two children, Sienna Princess, 5, and Win Harrison, 2, as well as the singer’s 8-year-old son Future Zahir, whom she has with her ex-boyfriend Future.
In a video montage of scenes from their day, Ciara wished her Instagram followers a happy Thanksgiving. “This is where I live. My heart is full, and I’m thankful, “She put words under the video.
Early in 2015, Ciara and Wilson started dating, and they got married in July 2016, a little more than a year later. In June, the singer talked to PEOPLE about her family’s “new chapter” in Denver after Wilson’s 10-year run with the Seattle Seahawks. She said of their new life in Colorado, “Denver has been great so far.”
Her quarterback husband also gives her ideas. She said, “He’s just one of a kind.” “Most of all, I’m happy for Russ as he starts this new and exciting part of his career. He is eleven years old. He has been so lucky to have had a great first decade.”
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