Ciara Shows Off 28-Pound Weight Loss, Says She Has '20 More Lbs To Go'

By Peyton Blakemore

January 5, 2021

Ciara is (as always) lookin' good!

To kick start the New Year, the 35-year-old singer unveiled her post-baby body, showing off her 28-pound weight loss since welcoming her baby boy Win Harrison with husband Russell Wilson in July. "Super Proud of where I am starting off 2021! Down 28 pounds thanks to@WW," Ciara captioned an Instagram photo of herself. "This journey has been easy, stress free and fun! Especially juggling mommy life, work life, exercise, etc! The WW app has been a game changer!"

She then made a point to note that her weight loss journey isn't over as she plans to lose "20 more lbs" to reach her goal weight.

In August, Ciara announced her plan to lose nearly 50 pounds after welcoming her third child. "48lbs to go! Starting the game plan tomorrow," she wrote on Instagram. "P.s. don’t know how easy it’s going be considering 3 baby’s now! Going to work really hard at this! Let’s go Mamma’s 💃🏽💪🏽."

Then in September, the "Rooted" singer announced her partnership with WW — formerly known as Weight Watchers. "Ready to level up my plans post baby and beyond! Leading a healthier lifestyle has always been a long term goal of mine. With my growing family and career I’m more focused on living a balanced life. I’m proud to share that I’ve joined the @ww family!" she said at the time. "The program is realistic for my goals and I’m having fun with the app! I’ve seen the impact it’s had on family and friends and I’m excited for the journey ahead. I naturally lost 15lbs post baby and after starting the WW program, changing my eating, and working out, I’ve now lost the 5lbs I wanted. I’m ready to go after the rest I want to lose! Let’s go!!!"

Ciara and Russell welcomed their baby boy Win in July. He joined siblings Sienna Princess, 3, and Future Zahir, 6.

Photo: Getty Images

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