Ciara Covers The May Edition Of Essence Magazine


The singer and recently-engaged mum reveals what it’s
like be a woman in love and living her bliss.
This is the life the 30-year-old has always imagined
since she was a teenager. She remembers telling her
friends at Clayton High School in College Park, Georgia
how she would grow up to become a world-famous
singer. “I made a goal sheet,” Ciara tells writer Jeannine
Amber. On that list was also the dream of selling “3 to 4
million” records and “have longevity.” Those dreams
came true by the time she was 21.

Taking about Motherhood

The dream of motherhood and a family came. “I’d
always wanted to have my own family,” she said. “And
my pregnancy was planned when I was at a point in my
life when I was finally ready to take on the
responsibility.” Her son Future , born May 19, 2014,
fulfilled the dream of being a mother.

Speaking on her breakup
Her very public breakup with her fiancé and Future’s
father, rapper Future, could have made Ciara give up on
the dream of a family. “That wasn’t necessarily part of
my vision,” she recalls. “But the moment I realized I was
going to be a single mother, I had to reflect and
reorganize my thoughts. I decided to trust that God had
a plan for me, and move forward one day at a time.”

Her relationship with Russell
Less than a year after her breakup, Ciara went public
with her relationship with Seattle Seahawks quarterback,
Russell Wilson, who recently asked for her hand in
marriage during a romantic trip to the Seychelles.
“I remember telling my friend the kind of guy I wanted: a
God-fearing man with a very fun spirit who loves kids
and would really, truly care for me. I was very specific
because I do believe you can have it all.”

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