Ciara and Russell Wilson continue to take their romance into the public domain.
The "Love Sex Magic" singer brought her NFL star boyfriend along with her to the BET Awards Sunday, where they posed for pictures together on the red carpet. The handsome couple looked incredibly happy to be there, even though she didn't end up taking anything home.
Although Ciara and the Seattle Seahawks player took a short break a little while ago, they seem to be happier than ever, going on dates to the White House where they dined alongside other A-listers. "Dancing at The @WhiteHouse to Prince & Stevie Wonder w/ my lady @Ciara," the Seattle Seahawks athlete wrote on Instagram. "Thanks Mr. President & First Lady! #IsntSheLovely #Blessed."
Wilson continued to gush about his leading lady, Instagramming another pic and captioning it, "P.Y.T.," which stands for pretty young thing. The sparks are flying between these two, and we're loving it!
The couple has traveled to the White House one other time when Wilson brought Ciara as his date to President Barack Obama's Japanese state dinner.
"I've always had this thing for a rebel. I was pretty consistent," Ciara shared with Hot 97 when asked about her dating life. "[Russell's] an awesome person…Everything in life is about timing."
But when they're not dining with politicos and other A-listers, Wilson and Ciara spend time at Seattle's Children Hospital. The "I Bet" singer shared pictures of their experience on social media.
"They had such a beautiful time together at Seattle Children's Hospital. It was really meaningful for both Russell and Ciara," a source told E! News exclusively. "Children and giving back are a big part of both of Russell and Ciara's lives. That trip also brought them very close. It was nice for Ciara to see how amazing Russell is with kids. They hope to make many more visits in the near future."
Seattle Children's Hospital tweeted, "Thank you @DangeRussWilson & @Ciara for a surprise, star-studded evening for our patients. Feeling starstruck."
Ciara responded soon after. "They Were The Real Stars! Their Bravery, Will, and Courage Touched Me In A Way I Can't Explain," she wrote. "I Am Thankful!"