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R&B Singer Ciara Reveals Private Family Moments with New Release "Beauty Marks". [WATC

R&B singer Ciara has been in the studio cooking up some inspiration for the sisters lately. With the new release of her EP "Beauty Marks", Ciara gives her fans a glimpse into the life she's been living outside of the spotlight.

We've been watching her since she first debuted on the scene back in 2004 with Petey Pablo and Jazzy Pha. We've seen the transformation from bubble gum to boss and we've appreciated every ounce of grown that she's had.

Everybody knows about her past relationship with rapper Future, that paved the way for Future Zahir Wilburn to be born, and how she bounced back from that "L" to marry one of baseball's greatest Russell Wilson in 2016.

"Beauty Marks" title track is a look back over what shaped Ciara into being the woman that she is and a nod to how tough times make the accomplishment even sweeter. In the self directed video, Ciara shares intimate family moments that we've never seen before. She shows their lavish wedding at a posh castle in England. Her young son walking down the aisle to present Russell with a flower and Ciara's father crying are probably the most touching moments of the ceremony but, the videos last scenes, the birth of their daughter Sienna Princess Wilson, are were the tears really start to brim your eyes. Take a look.

"Beauty Marks" is absolutely beautiful! The personal journey this woman has taken is something for the books! And trust, women have been begging her to write a book about what she did to prepare herself for love again after a public break-up for ages. I don't know about you but, I'd read it!

If you'd like to sample the entire album, check it out below.

We're so happy for her. Sis went from singing about how a man wasn't worth her "Goodies" to being a wife, mother and mogul! Congratulations Ciara!

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