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The Wilsons served up all the fashion feels to celebrate Ciara‘s new InStyle cover in NYC last night. Get into their coupledom drip, plus what Russell Wilson said about loving his step-son and CiCi’s wig fail inside…

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Fresh from a vacay in the Caribbean, the Wilsons stepped out in style to celebrate Ciara and her fabulousness.

CiCi covers the April 2019 issue of InStyle magazine and it’s her first time landing the cover of the publication. Last night, the magazine threw a dinner party to celebrate. Before they made their way to dinner, the power couple stopped to sign autographs and snap pics with fans in the Big Apple.

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Someone give this woman a fashion award because she stays killing it. The Crunk ‘N B princess stunned in a leopard-print bodice with a silk viscose fringe skirt. The "Greatest Love" singer topped her look off with a matching printed moto jacket that rested across her shoulders.

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The couple coordinated their fits for the evening. Russ wore head-to-toe Tom Ford suit. He rocked a black turtleneck under a brown velvet cocktail jacket, brown trousers and leopard print sneakers. Fresh.

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"Power" star LaLa Anthony stepped out to celebrate her friend in a floral Off-White ‘fit accessorized with Jadelle Beverly Hills jewels.

 

Talent manager Jason Weinberg – who works with Ciara and Russell – was in the mix.

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Actress Carla Gugino, InStyle’s editor-in-chief Laura Brown, and models Emily Ratajkowski and Lais Ribeiro came out for the fun.

The Wilsons were also spotted wining and dining at Mr. Chow’s during their NYC trip. 

In a new interview…

The Seattle Seahawks quarterback recently sat down with AM to DM by BuzzFeed News where he dropped some gems on what it’s like being a step-father to his step-son, Future Wilburn.

“I think the best thing is love. In terms of tips, being there for your kids," he said. "Putting them to bed, and going to as many things as you can. I think ultimately, the thing I’ve learned most is that being a stepdad and having a little girl too, being a stepdad you really find out what love is like. It’s easy to love someone that’s your own blood. When you can love somebody like it’s your own child, that’s what real love is like.”

We see exactly why Ciara is living her best life in this relationship. And anytime a man helps you fix your wiggery he’s a keeper:

 

 

“We did a little fun yacht trip and hung out," he began to explain about his wife’s wig + water fail. "The cool thing is, we were jet skiing everywhere and put the slide out, which is like sixty feet up in the air. She’s [Ciara] sliding down and next thing I know, her wig was sideways. It was a little fun and entertaining.”

Ha!

Daddy Wilson also chopped it up about the mission behind his Why Not You Foundation:

“It’s a blessing with that, we’ve been fortunate enough to able to raise millions and millions of dollars. The mission of the Why Not You Foundation is to empower and change one individual, one child at a time. Really, what we try to teach is the ‘Why Not You’ attitude. My dad used to always ask me this question, ‘son, why not you graduate early? Why not you graduate in three years, play pro baseball, pro football?’ All these different things. It really was a fundamental question I had to ask myself my whole life. I think that’s what we all ask ourselves, subconsciously or consciously. Whether you’re going through cancer, why can’t I overcome this? When you get the first job you ever had, trying to become a Super Bowl-winning quarterback, want to have your own show, all these different things, that’s the question you need to ask yourself. We’ve been able to do some amazing things in a big way…The most rewarding thing is seeing a kid walk in with cancer and when they walk out with no more cancer, that’s the most rewarding thing, seeing the kids walk out.”

Peep his full interview above.

 

Photos: Backgrid/Getty

 





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