Future, Ciara

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Ciara has her sights set firmly on Future.

That would be Future Zahir Wilburn, of course, her son with her at-least-temporarily ex-fiancé, rapper Future (real name Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn). The duo, who announced their engagement in October, had reportedly broken up in the wake of rumors that Wilburn cheated.

While Ciara never officially addressed the split reports, a source had told E! News that the Grammy winner was "humiliated" by the cheating stories and was purposely keeping a low profile.

And now, an insider tells E! News that there's a chance of a reconciliation.

Ciara, Future

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"They are working things out and are supposed to be getting back together," the source says. "She really cares about Future and still loves him. She is going to try for her family."

The couple welcomed little Future on May 19.

For his part, Wilburn—who has three other children from previous relationships—briefly seemed to address the drama via Instagram two weeks ago, captioning a pic of himself in the studio, "I Dnt respond to rumors I respond to money."

Without going into specifics, Ciara was tweeting up a positivity storm on Monday, at least seemingly referring to developments in her personal life. 

"Sometimes You Have 2 Give Someone The #YoungPass. They Just Do Ignorant Things, Simply Because They're Still Learning.. And That's O.K.," she tweeted. "#PositiveThoughts#PositivityOnly In My World. Any Other Energy #Blocked."

"#PrayersUp," Ciara added. "Goodnight 2 All! Sometimes It Feels Good To Write Down, and Say Out What You Feel. #TwitterJournalMoment. Ok Ok, Didn't Go 2 Sleep Yet.. But I just Had The Best Prayer, And God Is So Good! His Power Is So Real!! #WithHimAllThingsArePossible!"

Sounds as though someone got a goodnight sleep after that.

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