Russell Wilson is getting emotional.
On Wednesday, the professional football player posted a sweet note on his Instagram page to celebrate his daughter Sienna Princess Wilson’s birthday. Sienna turned four on April 28.
“My sweet girl,” Russell titled the gallery of adorable retro photos. “Daddy loves you from the moon and back! You are an amazing, loving, intelligent and brave soul! Someday you will be the President! Aka … the ‘Great Negotiator’.”
He continued: “Dad was automatically protective the moment I saw you and I will always love, guide, protect and be a shoulder to lean on! I love you Princess SiSi! Mommy and I love you so much! @Ciara and I Thank God every day for you! “
Sienna is Russell’s first daughter with R&B singer Ciara. The couple also have a 9-month-old son Win and Ciara’s 6-year-old son Future from a previous relationship. The “Rooted” singer commented on Russell’s post, writing that her little girl is “growing up” and jokingly wondering where Sienna gets her bargain.
Russell and Ciara recently celebrated the sixth anniversary of the day they met, headed to a special dinner, and posted on their Instagram Stories about how much they love each other. The singer posted a photo of her husband in a pool, writing: “You are a beauty to me. How incredible that we met this very day, 6 years ago. I love you very much. 3.26.15. My sweet love.”
Russell posted a selfie of the two hugging and shared a video of them walking outside what looks like a hotel, which included a nice open setting and romantic lighting. “6 years ago, we met and fell in love,” Wilson wrote next to the photo.
The couple have been married for almost five years. When ET spoke to Russell last month, he revealed that he keeps his marriage strong with regular dates and lots of time alone. “We try to do our thing and have our one-on-one time and make sure we spend that quality time doing something fun together,” he said. He added that “communication is key.”
“Just constantly communicating,” he explained. “We’re always talking, we always love each other, making sure to constantly ask how we’re doing, this and that. We always want to make sure our souls are okay … We are always focused on what.”