Ciara and Russell Wilson
Ciara and Russell Wilson got married in July in a castle-themed ceremony Getty

Ciara and Russell Wilson are gearing up for their upcoming baby's arrival. Back in October, Wilson took to Instagram to announce that his wife is expecting their first child.

An insider told E! News that the expecting couple "is so excited" to be parents. The couple has been "very in tune with each other's feelings" throughout the singer's pregnancy. However, the website also claimed that the NFL play is "nervous" about being a first-time dad.

The source explained, Seattle Seahawks player is "nervous about being a first-time dad, he knows he will be OK in the end." Although Wilson may have some "jitters" about being a first-time father but his time with Ciara's 2-year-old child, Future Zahir, is a good practice for the expecting father.

Another source admitted that Wilson is a "great dad" to Future. The athlete is "already a great dad with little baby Future" and that he "picks him up and takes him to school and is teaching him sports," added the source.

Also, baby Future "can't wait to be an older brother" and is looking forward to meeting his younger sibling soon, claimed the source. The website has also learned that the I Bet singer has been feeling ok throughout this pregnancy, and has experienced some morning sickness recently.

Previously, Ciara, who married the athlete in July, revealed that her marriage felt like a fairy tale in an interview with Legend magazine. She said, "I definitely can say it was two of the most perfect days in my life. The day before and the day of the actual wedding was a special time. It was honestly so beautiful and I really felt like I was in a fairy tale."

Admitting that she is "still floating" the 30-year-old singer said, "Everything I could have hoped for, dreamed of, happened on that day. It was memorable. We spent two days with all the people that we love — your family and your close friends. I'm definitely still floating. It's only three months ago and it's crazy how time goes by."