See the first sweet snap of Ciara and her beautiful baby girl, Sienna

By Emmy Griffiths

Ciara has shared the first photo of her beautiful baby girl, Sienna, with fans on Instagram. The singer and her husband, Russell Wilson, welcomed the bundle of joy in April 2017. She captioned the stunning shot with, "She's the sweetest angel!" and linked to a letter she wrote for her daughter which said, “My Princess, it has been the sweetest joy having you in my life. Since the day you were born, watching you grow up has been the greatest blessing a mom could ask for."

Ciara holding Siena in portrait photography by her husband Russell WilsonCiara shared a sweet photo of her baby girl

She continued: "You are the little girl I always prayed for and more. I’m so grateful for you. When I look in your eyes I see the sweetest angel. A young Queen. A girl that’s going to be all that she dreams of, a girl that won’t take no mess, and stand up for what she wants and deserves... I pray that you will have the Boldness of Rosa Parks. The intelligence of Maya Angelou. The compassion of Princess Diana. The creativity of J.K. Rowling. The grace & confidence of Michelle Obama. The resilience of Serena Williams. And oh... not to mention... the dance moves like your momma! Haha."

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Ciara first announced their baby's arrival in April 2017, writing: "Dear Sienna Princess Wilson, no matter how big the wave, we will always be your calm in the storm. We love you. Love, mommy & daddy. 7:03 pm. 7 lbs 13 oz. 4.28.2017." Her fans were quick to praise the sweet snaps, with one writing: "She is so beautiful," while another added: "She's such a cutie!!! Glad you finally shared your blessing with us!"

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