Following Russell Wilson’s hand injury, Ciara raved about her “dear king.” Take a look at the touching message she wrote for her QB husband.
Following her husband Russell Wilson’s surgery on October 8, Ciara sent him a wonderful message of support. After her football player spouse, 32, had a hand injury during a game the day before, the singer, 35, published a photo with him and dubbed him the “toughest man I know.”
The “Level Up” singer captioned the photo, “You’re the toughest Man I know.” “I am always focused and committed to doing whatever it takes to achieve my goals.” My Sweet King, you have my undying love. Thank you, Dr. Shin, and your team, for taking such good care of my child.” Russell, who was holding up one arm from his hospital bed, appeared to be in excellent spirits.
On October 7, the quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks suffered a finger injury during a game against the Los Angeles Rams. The NFL star left the game in the second half after injuring his throwing hand finger after colliding with Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald.
The quarterback had surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in his right hand’s middle finger. According to USA Today, the athlete is likely to miss six to eight weeks of games as a result of the procedure. He suffered the tragic injury just days after setting a new NFL record.
Following the Seahawks’ victory over the San Francisco 49ers on October 3, he became the fastest quarterback to achieve 100 wins. Ciara celebrated her husband’s triumph with a touching video on Instagram on October 4 that featured their son Win, 1, dancing to the Queen song “We Are the Champions.”
Little Win wore a navy blue suit and sunglasses and looked spiffy. “That feeling when you get the W and find out Daddy set a record today by becoming the fastest QB in @NFL history to achieve 100 victories!” Ciara wrote the caption for the photo. “I’m so proud of you, @DangeRussWilson. You are an inspiration to all of us!” Sienna, the couple’s 4-year-old daughter, was born in 2016.
Russell posted a photo from the hospital to his Instagram account on Friday. He captioned the photo, which showed the athlete in a wheelchair with his right hand bandaged, “Lion Heart.”