'We Are The Wilsons': Singer Ciara, NFL Player Russell Wilson Tie the Knot | NBC New York

'We Are The Wilsons': Singer Ciara, NFL Player Russell Wilson Tie the Knot

The wedding took place at the Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England, a representative for Ciara confirmed

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    File image of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara, who announced their engagement on March 11, 2016, and were married July 6.

    Singer Ciara has one, two stepped down the aisle with NFL player Russell Wilson.

    The couple both posted the same photo Wednesday on Twitter and Instagram showing Ciara in a wedding gown and Wilson in a tuxedo with the caption, "We are The Wilsons!"

    We are The Wilsons!

    A photo posted by Ciara (@ciara) on

    A representative for Ciara confirmed the marriage and said the wedding took place at the Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England.

    No more details about were provided. E! News reported that Ciara wore a custom Roberto Cavalli dress.

    Ciara, 30, and Wilson, 27, announced their engagement in March.

    Grammy-winning Ciara's hits include "1, 2 Step," ''Goodies" and "Lose Control" with Missy Elliott. Wilson is the quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks.

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