Ciara's fiancé Future thinks she'll be a ''great mom'' and is overjoyed after she gave birth to their first child, Future Jr., on Tuesday (20.05.14).
Ciara's fiancé thinks she'll be a ''great mom.''
The 'Goodies' singer gave birth to her first child, Future Zahir Wilburn, with partner, Future Sr., on Tuesday morning (20.05.14) and he says the star is ''feeling great.''
He said: ''She'll be a great mom. She's working at it every day and over time, I think she'll be the best.''
The rapper and producer says their son looks like ''a mixture of both'' of them.
Asked about the baby, he added: ''I want him to be better than me. I would encourage him in anything he wants to do. I want to be behind him, of course.''
Future Sr., 30, was forced to leave Ciara's side shortly after she gave birth in Los Angeles as he was contracted to perform in New York City on Tuesday night, but told Us Weekly magazine: ''She's with our son right now. I just texted her when I got off the airplane, and I'm going to get on the phone with her to see how everything is going.''
Future Sr. - real name Nayvadius D. Wilburn - plans to be very involved in raising his new son.
He said: ''You have to say you did it. I'll make sure I change a few diapers - a hands-on Dad!''
The 'Body Party' hitmaker previously revealed her pregnancy had been very smooth.
She said: ''I didn't even know what to expect [with the pregnancy], but it's been a very easy process. And it's been so much fun. Honestly, it's been the coolest experience in my life.
''Being able to know that I can do that is such a blessing. I'm literally obsessed with kids, so I'm excited about being able to have my own to obsess over.''
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