Meet Russell Wilson’s Son: Win Harrison Wilson

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Win Harrison Wilson is the youngest son of Russell Wilson and Ciara. He just recently celebrated his 1st birthday in July. 

Russell Wilson is a professional American football player, and Ciara is a singer and model. 

Russell Wilson and Ciara with their youngest son
Russell Wilson and Ciara with their youngest son.

So, it’s no surprise their son Win has been getting more attention and fame since his birth. 

In the article, we will dive more into Win Harrison’s life. However, before going further, let’s look at some quicks facts. 

Russell Wilson’s Son | Quicks Facts

Full Name Win Harrison Wilson
Date of Birth 23rd July 2020 
Place of Birth Los Angeles, California, USA
Gender Male
Nick Name Unavailable
Religion Christianity
Nationality American
Ethnicity African-American
Education Unavailable
Horoscope Sagittarius
Father’s Name Russell Wilson
Mother’s Name Ciara Princess Wilson
Siblings Sienna Princess Wilson, Future Zahir Wilburn (stepbrother)
Grand Parents Harrison Wilson III and Tammy Wilson (Russell Wilson’s parents), Carlton Harris and Jackie Harris (Ciara’s parents)
Uncle and Aunt Harrison Wilson IV (Uncle), Anna Wilson (Aunt)
Height and Weight Unknown
Age 3 Years Old
Body Measurement Unavailable
Hair Colour Black
Eye Colour Black
Profession Celebrity Child
Net worth Unavailable
Merch Russell Wilson Jersey
Social Media None
Last Update June, 2024

Russell Wilson’s Son | Birth

Win Harrison Wilson was born on 23rd July 2020. He is the youngest child of Sewhawks QBs Russell Wilson and singer Ciara

At his birth, he weighed 8 pounds, 1 oz. Both of his parents made official announcements on their Instagram. 

Russell Wilson shared a photo where the couple was holding Win the following day.

Likewise, Ciara posted a video where she sang Happy Birthday to her youngest son just a few moments after Win’s birth. 

Later, his family organized a small private Party to welcome him at home. The inside House decoration was completed with substantial teddy bears and blue balloons. 

When Ciara revealed Win’s first photo after birth, everybody mentioned him as a Russell Wilson replica. 

Furthermore, Ciara mentions it was a different feeling while giving birth to her youngest son. She navigated both pregnancy and delivery during Covid 19 pandemic. 

She also said there was a time when his husband Russell couldn’t be with her during the ultrasound. 

Gender Revealing 

The Wilson couple announced they were anticipating a second child together in January.

Ciara shared a photo on her social media during their vacation in Turks and Caicos, writing the caption “Number 3.”

Later, Ciara revealed Win’s gender through Instagram. They told his sex in a short adorable video shot in their mansion backyard. 

As there were quarantine rules, a couple decided to have private gender reveal Party. During the Party, the whole family dressed up in neutrals. 

Later, when the rocket popped blue color came out into the sky. Ciara was so happy and excited she danced at the end.

Moreover, before starting the video, Ciara asked her children what they wanted. Future responded son, and Sienna answered, a daughter. 


Russell Wilson and Ciara went all out for Win’s first birthday Party. They celebrated his birthday in San Lucas, Mexico.

The Wilson family threw a baseball-themed birthday bash in their backyard for Win’s special occasion. 

Win Harrison Wilson 1st birthday party
Win Harrison Wilson’s first birthday Party.

To celebrate him as The “Rookie of the year,” Win and his family wore a baseball jersey saying “Rookie.”

Likewise, he had his name WIN with the number 1 to celebrate his first birthday on the back of the jersey. 

Besides that, Win’s cake featured a bubblehead that looked like him. 

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How did Win Harrison Wilson get his name?

Russell Wilson and Ciara picked up the perfect name for their youngest son. His first name, “Win,” reflects Russell’s success on the field.

Moreover, Russell became the first and only quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to a consecutive winning season in his first eight years. 

Win’s middle name, “Harrison,” is a tribute to his grandfather, Harrison Wilson III. He passed away in 2020, aged 55, due to diabetes issues. 

In addition, Harrison’s name is also shared by Wins’ uncle Harrison Wilson IV and great-grandfather Harrison Wilson Jr. 

Russell had a special bond with his Father, so, in his loving memory, he had his name as Win’s middle name. 

Likewise, his son’s name is not the only thing Russell did to pay tribute to his belated Father. He also started the Why Not You foundation following his teachings.

It’s unfortunate for Win as he could not meet his grandfather, who had a massive role in his Father’s success on and off the field. 

His grandfather was also a baseball and football player in college. 

Win Harrison Wilson’s Parents

Russell Wilson

Win’s Father, Russell Wilson, has established himself as one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history. 

He enrolled at North Carolina State University under the football scholarship program as a 2-star recruit in 2007.

Later, in 2011 Russell decided to attend the University of Wisconsin for his senior year. He won the Big Ten title and was selected for the All-Big Ten First Team.

After completing college, he declared for the NFL draft. Seattle Seahawks selected him as the 75th overall pick. 

In his debut season, only Russell instantly made a huge impact. He tied then Peyton Manning, passing a touchdown record of 26 by a rookie. 

Russell also won the NFL Rookie of the Year Award. Later, in his third season, Rusell got his hand on the prestigious Super Bowl title. 

Russell Wilson celebrating Super Bowl win
Russell Wilson was celebrating a Super Bowl win.

To date, he has started in all 145 games for the Seahawks without missing any games since his debut. 

Likewise, except in 2016, Russell has been named to Pro Bowl every season. Since entering the league, he has proved why he is best in his position every season. 

To date, Russell has posted 65.1% pass completion. Out of 4,335 passes attempted, he has completed 2,820 of those.

Similarly, he has recorded 34,200 passing yards and 4,506 rushing yards. His career 101.7 passer rating is the fourth-best in NFL history.

Furthermore, he has recorded 21 rushing touchdowns and passed for 271 passing touchdowns. 


Win’s mother, Ciara, is a famous American singer, songwriter, and model. She is also well known for her choreography, dancing skills, and stage presence. 

Since beginning her musical career, Ciara has sold over 7 million albums and 16 million singles worldwide. 

Likewise, out of her seven albums, 4 of them have featured in “U.S. Billboard’s top 200 charts” top 5. 

Moreover, Ciara’s debut singles Goodies became an instant hit; that song topped Billboard for seven successive weeks. Later, she earned the nickname Princess of Crunk R&B. 

Ciara’s recent and 7th album, Beauty marks, was released in 2019 and named after her labels.  

She has already won one Grammy award, three BET Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, and MOBO Awards for her songs and albums.  

In 2016, Ciara signed a partnership with the international modeling agency IMG models.

Likewise, the same year Ciara became a Revlon brand ambassador and launched several beauty products collaborating with them.

Besides that, Ciara has also featured in several films and series in her career. 

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Win Harrison Wilson | Siblings

Win Harrison Wilson has two elder siblings. One is his stepbrother Future Zahir Wilburn (brother), and another is Sienna Princess Wilson (sister). 

Future Jr is seven years old, and Sienna is four years old. 

Russell Wilson and Ciara with their childrens
Russell Wilson and Ciara with their children

Win’s sister also has a unique name, just like him. Sienna’s middle name is like his mother, Ciara’s. 

Besides that, Win has three more cousins Gracie Wilson, Nora Wilson, and Mattie Wilson. Moreover, all of them are his uncle Harrison Wilson IV‘s daughters. 

Russell Wilson and Future Zahir Wilburn

Russell Wilson and Ciara met for the first time when Ciara and her ex-husband were. Future was in a bitter custody battle for Future Zahir Wilburn. 

In 2016, Ciara won legal custody of her son Future Jr. Later, the couple tied the knot in England in the same year. 

Ciara and her son moved to live with Russell. Russell mentioned having Future Jr is a blessing and an opportunity and will be there for him in any situation.  

Russell learned one greatest thing when Future came into his life: even though being a stepparent, you must love children like it’s your blood. 

Net Worth of Russell Wilson’s Son 

Russell Wilson’s Son is too young to work, but he will grow up in a financially stable family.

His parents make a fortune from their respective careers, business, and investments.  

In 2019 his father Russell Wilson, signed the 4th richest contract extension in NFL history worth $140 million for four years. 

In the 2021-22 season, Russell Wilson will be learning $32 million. He is among the wealthiest NFL players, with an estimated net worth of around $135 million. 

In addition, Win’s mother Ciara’s net worth is about $20 million

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Russell Wilson’s Son | Social Media

Win Harrison Wilson is just one year old, so he has no social media handles. However, his celebrity parents have a huge fan following on social media platforms. 

Moreover, to check out Win’s adorable photos, you can check his parent’s social media handles. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Who are Russell Wilson’s children? 

Russell Wilson and Ciara have two biological children, Sienna Princess Wilson (daughter) and Win Harrison Wilson (son). 

Furthermore, Russell also has a stepson named Future Zahir Wilburn from Ciara’s past relationship. 

Sanjib Sah
Sanjib Sah
Sanjib Sah is an engineer and content writer passionate about sports and athletics. With a background in engineering and a love for all things active, Sanjib brings a unique perspective to the world of sports writing. Whether he is covering the latest trends in sports technology or sharing tips on improving your game, Sanjib's words are always rooted in a deep appreciation for players' hard work and dedication everywhere. In his free time, you can find him hitting the courts or hitting the trails, always looking for new ways to challenge himself and improve his skills.

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