Singer Ciara has spent a staggering $20,000 on a safari-inspired bedroom for her unborn child.
Ciara has spent $20,000 on a safari-themed nursery for her unborn child.
The 'Goodies' singer - who is due to give birth to her first child with her fiance, rapper Future, next month - embarked on an extensive shopping spree at pricey baby store Petit Tresor in Los Angeles, coming away with a host of stuffed animals, lion bookends and art work, including a $1,800 8-foot stuffed giraffe, TMZ reports.
The extravagant spree isn't the first time in recent months Ciara has been spotted flashing her cash for her unborn baby.
The 29-year-old star was spotted at another baby boutique, Bel Bambini, with friend Kim Kardashian in Hollywood last month.
The reality TV star is a ''regular'' at the store as she regularly shops there for her and Kanye West's nine-month-old daughter North.
A source said: ''Kim is a regular here and she was showing Ciara around, helping her pick out a few items in anticipation of her baby's arrival. They looked at a few different cribs and bedding designs and also some feeding apparatuses that we carry. They were both upbeat, smiling and sharing the joys of being pregnant. It was a nice moment for the girls and we adore them.''
As well as planning for her baby, Ciara is also getting ready for her wedding later in the year but is yet to decide on all the details of her big day.
She has previously said: ''I still want it to be a fun process, but I want the dress to be perfect, I want the cake to be perfect, I want the food to be perfect.''
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