Russell Wilson and Ciara promised to immerse themselves in Brazil‘s culture, and they have. The two were spotted enjoying the local culture from head-to-toe.
The famous couple looked cozy as they took pictures at Rio’s 2019 Carnaval from the sidelines wearing full headgear and jewelry as they took in the sights and sounds.
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PICTURE PERFECT: Ciara and Russell have been busy in Brazil teaching locals American football, posing in the streets, dancing with famous models, and going on helicopter rides. The couple has been sharing their adventures on social media, posting every chance they get.
Ciara looked picture perfect wearing an elaborate headpiece while rocking a two-piece bikini.
The first lady of crunk also posted a video of herself with Victoria Secret model Lais Ribeiro doing their best version of samba as they gyrated their booties.
The gorgeous pair loved their traditional headgear so much, they’ve been spotted rocking a new one each day.
One of the elaborate costumes consisted of seashells, fishbones, and seahorses. Wilson gave us a glimpse of it on his Instagram.
The couple was sporting the ocean themed helmets when they ran into Brazilian futbol hero Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima. The man is a rock star in Brazil after scoring two goals during World Cup.
Ronaldo wasn’t the only soccer stud to show love to the NFL player. Neymar Jr also exchanged signed jerseys with Wilson.
How many Seahawk jersey’s did he bring on the trip?!
In fact, Wilson is so admired in the Latin country he was sent a letter from the Rio Football Academy thanking him for being an inspiration to all. He was so touched, he replied ‘Te Amo Brasil!’ (I love you Brazil).
If you are curious about what the Rio Carnaval looks like, here’s a little taste:
The saucy parade certainly provides a lot of entertainment. It’s no wonder they looked thrilled to be a part of it.