Ciara hasn’t lost her groove during self-isolation — and she’s got an adorable sidekick to help prove it!
On Thursday, the “Level Up” singer, 34, shared a TikTok video that she and her oldest child, son Future Zahir, 5½, made together. In the footage, the mother-son duo dance together to the 2019 hip-hop single “Hit Yo Groove” by RunitupTahj.
Both in sunglasses, Ciara and Future — who she shares with her ex, rapper/producer Future — show off their choreography side by side, commanding the camera together.
“Me N My Baby Boy. 💙🤣 #HitYoGrooveChallenge,” she captioned the clip.
On Instagram, her husband Russell Wilson commented: “The best!!! Love you two so much ❤️🙌🏾🔥😎”
Currently pregnant with her third child, Ciara is no stranger to TikTok dances, especially while she and her family have spare free time as they’re stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Steve Luciano/AP/Shutterstock Future and Ciara
Earlier this month, they released their first family TikTok, dancing to Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Something New” in their kitchen. The clip begins with them standing in a single file, with Sienna Princess, who turns 3 next month, standing in the front wearing a fluffy green bathrobe, dancing forward before moving aside for her brother.
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Little Future, wearing a flannel robe and matching red pajama pants, then hits his choreography before making his mom laugh by giving a booty shake.
Wearing a fitted black onesie that shows off her baby bump, Ciara claps to the beat and nails her dance moves. Wilson, 31, concludes the routine with a little shoulder shimmy.
The family appears to be making the most of their time at home, practicing social distancing and bonding. On Monday, Ciara shared an adorable photo of herself tucked in with her three loved ones, Wilson in a deep sleep as she, Future and Sienna snuggled up.
“Slumber Party. Up all night ❤️,” the singer, 34, captioned the black-and-white shot on Instagram.
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“Seattle has given us so much,” the Seahawks quarterback told PEOPLE. “Now you have people losing their jobs who are trying to pay their rent and looking for food. God’s given us the ability to serve and give back. The whole city’s been shut down, and we want to hopefully make a little bit of a difference.”
Added Ciara: “I can’t wait to be able to give those doctors a hug, and I know Russell feels the same way as I do. We always love doing that anyway, but [we want] to let everyone know in [health care] roles like that that we are so grateful and appreciate them.”
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