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Russell Wilson Does Daughter’s Hair for ‘Hairstyling #Sunday’

Russell Wilson Does Daughter's Hair for 'Hairstyling #Sunday'Russell Wilson and daughter Sienna. Ted S Warren/AP/Shutterstock

Father of the year. Russell Wilson expertly styled his 3-year-old daughter Sienna's hair into a ponytail — and the video footage is next-level adorable.

Ciara took to Instagram on June 7, 2020, to share a 1-minute clip of her husband patiently tending to his daughter's locks. The pro football player wore a white Nike T-shirt and the little girl donned a pretty pink dress.

"Oooh mama, daddy's doing so good," said the singer as Wilson brushed her hair back neatly before securing it with a hair elastic.

Judging from Ciara’s positive reaction, his wife was very proud of his styling skills. "Yayyy," the Texas native praised her hubby-turned-hair-expert. "You did great, babe!"

The "1, 2 Step" singer captioned the IGTV video, "My Beautiful Black Man and My Beautiful Black Princess. 🖤 Worship and Hairstyling #Sunday."

Ciara and Wilson started dating in 2015 and tied the knot in England in 2016. They welcomed Sienna into the world in April of 2017.

Obviously, Us Weekly's Stylish loves a father-daughter hair moment — who doesn’t? Thankfully, Wilson's not the only dad with children’s hair-styling experience on his resume.

Prince William is another dad with ponytail skills. He's tied back 5-year-old Princess Charlotte's hair before, though he admits that it's been a difficult learning experience for him.

Upon visiting a park in Blackpool with Middleton in March of 2019, Prince William chatted with one man who was part of an organization called Dads 4 Life. The two bonded over the trials and tribulations of styling their daughters' hair.

"Never try to do a ponytail! Nightmare," the royal joked with the fellow dad.

The Duke of Cambridge continued, clarifying that he’s actually aced the ponytail game. "I can do [Princess Charlotte's] ponytail,” he explained. “But that's about it as I don't have enough hair to practice on.”



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