Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Russell Wilson Wishes His ''Pretty Young Thing'' Ciara a Happy Birthday With One Sweet Tweet

Ciara, Russell Wilson
Would you expect anything less than adorable when it comes to Russell Wilson and Ciara gushing about each other? We didn't think so.
The Seattle Seahawks quarterback took to Twitter today to wish his very special lady a happy birthday, and his message was definitely aww-worthy.

Sharing a stunning photo of the pair laughing as the NFL player led his gorgeous lady into a room during the White House State Dinner, Wilson tweeted, "Come on lil' Pretty Young Thing... you're coming with me for Forever. Happy Birthday My Love! I Love You to Heaven & Back."
(Remember, "Pretty Young Thing" is kinda like his pet name for her, and it's too cute!)
The couple got a little early celebration in for Ciara's special day by having a romantic dinner last night in Washington.
Russell and Ciara went to dine at Salish Lodge, overlooking the Snoqualmie Falls, where they enjoyed some delicious meals, a gorgeous view, and amazing company.
"Entered My Birthday With A Tasty Dinner Overlooking The Falls With My Love...#Grateful," Ciara wrote alongside a sweet photo of the newlyweds at dinner on Instagram.
In August, Ciara praised her relationship with Russell, telling E! News' Sibley Scoles that their new life together as husband and wife has been the greatest ride.
"Married life is the best life," she gushed. "it's definitely life-changing, and you do feel a difference between the stages of being boyfriend and girlfriend to being engaged to actually being married. You feel the definition of what 'being one' is, and it's really cool. Nothing compares to what this feels like."
Ciara also explained that it doesn't feel like the excitement will ever fade. "My new life changes that have happened with my son and being married puts more pep in my step because the foundation of my life is solid," she said.
Here's to hoping this love only grows stronger with every day that passes.

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