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Sienna Princess Wilson’s Bio – Russell Wilson’s Daughter

About Sienna Princess Wilson

SiennaSi Si‘ Princess Wilson is the daughter and the firstborn child of the Grammy Award-winning American musician, R&B singer, songwriter as well as record producer, dancer and actress Ciara, and the professional American Football player Russell Wilson. who is the quarterback of the National Football League’s Seattle Seahawks. She was born under the zodiac sign of Taurus on the 29th April 2017, in Los Angeles, California USA, and is of American nationality and African-American ethnicity. From her mother’s previous relationships, the two-year-old Sienna has an older half-brother named Future Zahir Wilburn.

Sienna’s Celebrity Parents

Ciara

Ciara Princess Harris was born on the 25th October 1985, in Austin, Texas USA, the only child of Carlton Clay Harris and his wife Jackie. Due to the nature of her parents’ employment who were both members of the US Army Forces, she spent her early years in Germany before returning to the States where she then lived in New York, Utah, California, Arizona and Nevada, before the family eventually settled in Atlanta, Georgia, when she was in her early teens. She matriculated in 2003 from Riverdale High School.

First steps towards her music career Ciara took during her high school years. when alongside two friends she formed an ‘all girls’ music group named Hearsay.

Her debut songwriting credit occurred in 2001, when her song “10,000 Times” was featured on Blu Cantrell’s debut studio album entitled “So Blu”. Later that year she met Jazze Pha, with whom in 2002 she recorded several demos, including “1, 2 Step” which became a hit single.

In 2003 young Ciara signed a record deal with Antonio Marquis L.A. Reid and his LaFace Records label, then in September 2004 she released her debut studio album, entitled “Goodies” – it peaked at No.3 on the US Billboard 200 albums chart, produced an eponymous hit single, and was eventually certified 3-times platinum with more than three million copies sold in the US alone.

In December 2006 Ciara’s second studio album “Ciara: The Evolution” hit the charts, and peaked at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200, producing hit singles such as “Get Up”, “Promise” and “Like a Boy”.

In late 2008 she was annointed as “The Woman of the Year” by Billboard, and in May 2009 released her third album named “Fantasy Ride”. It peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, with hit singles including “Go Girl”, “Never Ever” and “Love Sex Magic”. After releasing the studio album entitled “Basic Instinct” in December 2010, Ciara went on a two-year-long hiatus in order to work on her fifth studio album. Simply entitled – “Ciara”, it was released in July 2013 and produced several hit singles such as “Body Party” and “I’m Out”, peaking at No. 2 on the US Billboard album charts.

In May 2015 her sixth studio album “Jackie” hit the charts, and was followed by Ciara’s most recent release in May 2019, entitled “Beauty Marks”.

During her lucrative career so far, Ciara has collaborated with several other big names of the music industry, including Jay-Z, Missy Elliott, Gwen Stefani as well as Rihanna, Justin Timberlake and Enrique Iglesias, to name a few. In Ciara’s abundant portfolio, there are numerous accolades such as a Grammy Award, two BET Awards, two nominations for American Music Awards, Billboard Music, People’s Choice, and five Soul Train Awards.

In 2011 Ciara made her acting debut in the family musical drama movie “Mama I Want to Sing”, after which she guest starred in a couple of episodes of popular TV series’ such as “The Game” and “Sherman’s Showcase”.

Russell Wilson

Russell Carrington Wilson was born on the 29th November 1988 in Cincinnati, Ohio USA, the middle child of legal nurse consultant Tammy and lawyer Harrison Benjamin Wilson III – he was also a wide receiver for the National Football Leagues (NFL’s) San Diego Chargers in 1980. Russell has an older brother named Harrison IV – ‘Harry’ – as well as a younger sister Anna, who is a basketball player, currently playing for the Stanford University’s Cardinal Women’s Basketball Team.

Russell began playing American Football in his sixth grade, for the Tuckahoe Tomahawks. While attending Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia, he honed his skills and earned two Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Year awards, which led him to attend the summer football clinic Manning Passing Academy in his senior year.

In 2007, Wilson enrolled at North Carolina State University, and was soon named the quarterback of its Wolfpack American Football team. In May 2010, Russell graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in communication. In 2011 he transferred to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and joined its Wisconsin Badgers American Football team where he also finished his college career after the 2012 Senior Bowl all-star exhibition game.

Russell Wilson’s professional American Football career began when he was chosen by the Seattle Seahawks as the pick No. 12 (75th overall) in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft. After signing a $2.99 million four-year long playing contract, he made his professional NFL debut in September 2012.

Russell Wilson

He led his team to the NFL play-offs in his rookie season, and eventually appeared in the 2013 Pro Bowl. Under Wilson’s leadership, the Seahawks won the NFC Championship, and proceeded to the Super Bowl XLVIII where they defeated the Denver Broncos with the score of 43 to 8, ‘the largest margin of victory for an underdog’ in the history of the NFL, earning the franchise’s first and so far only Super Bowl Championship. In the following season, the Seahawks replicated most of the success of the previous year, but after winning the NFC Championship they advanced to the Super Bowl XLIX, but lost to the New England Patriots.

In July 2015, Russell singed a four-year contract extension with the franchise, valued at $87.6 million, which made him the second highest paid American Football player at the time. Despite dropping the opportunity to take his team to their third consecutive Super Bowl game, Wilson was drafted as No. 1 player for the 2016 Pro Bowl game, subsequently earning the Pro Bowl offensive MVP accolade, and was later appointed as No. 17 on the list of NFL’s Top 100 Players of 2016. Although playing only 16 games throughout the 2016 season due to a knee injury, Russell was still named as No. 24 on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2017 list. As the captain of the team, he led his teammates to the 2018 play-offs, and later appeared at the 2019 Pro Bowl game.

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In April 2019 Wilson became the highest paid player in the NFL after signing another four-year playing contract with the Seahawks, this time estimated at the incredible sum of $140 million.

In his professional career so far, Russell has broken numerous records, currently holding 15 NFL records as well as almost 50 franchise’s records. He has also collaborated with brands such as Nike, Levi’s, Pepsi, Braun, Microsoft and Bose among plenty of others. Since August 2019, he is the co-owner of Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders FC. Additionally, he’s appeared on the covers of a variety of magazines, such as Men’s Health, Sports Illustrated and Rolling Stone, to name a few.

Wilson also guest starred in the 2015 comedy movie “Entourage”.

Russell and Ciara’s wedding ceremony was held on the 6th July 2016, in Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England. The couple is currently expecting their second child. In March 2020, to ease the burden of the ongoing pandemic of Covid-19, they teamed up with Food Lifeline to donate a million meals to the citizens of Seattle.

Net Worth

Being a child of the popular music star and the successful professional athlete, whose net worth as of early 2020 is estimated at $20 million and $115 million respectively, it is certain that young Sienna Princess Wilson can live a serene yet potentially lavish life.

David Leigh

Joined Biography Panda in May 2020. Formerly deputy celebrity editor for Elle magazine. Studied at The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

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