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Ciara introduces son: Singer shares first full photo of baby Future

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Ciara introduces her son to the world by showing him off in a photo shared on her Instagram on Father's Day. The infant is named Future, and he was born on May 19. The singer is definitely happy to show off the infant. The post to her Instagram was directed to the infant's father, who is also named future. Celebrity Baby Scoop reported on the sweet gesture on June 16.

Future Zahir is the first child for the singer, and she is engaged to marry the infant's father. The photo of the infant was not the only photo she shared on social media on Sunday. She also shared a photo of the infant holding onto his father's hand. The photo was a close-up shot of just their hands.

The photo contained a sweet message from the singer about the birth of her son. She said the following: "From the moment baby future arrived, he was holding your hand so tight, he knew you were dad. Seeing that melted my heart... When I look at him, I see you shining through, and that's one of the most beautiful things ever!"

The singer is definitely happy with the new addition to her life. Many friends sent her gifts soon after the arrival of the infant, according to Mstarz. The singer will be dressing little Future in Adidas and Givenchy apparently. The baby will definitely dress to impress.

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