Ciara took to Twitter on Sunday to share a message of support and solidarity for women across the globe from her adorable 2-year-old son, Future, and her husband, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
In the adorable video, the couple prompt the adorably bashful Future to say, "All the women deserved to be treated equal."
"You have our support ladies," Wilson says, coaxing Future into repeating the phrase. "From little Future and Russell," the 28-year-old NFL pro adds at the end.
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While it doesn’t look like the 31-year-old singer -- who is currently expecting her first child with Wilson -- was able to participate in the massive Women's Marches that took place on Saturday across the globe, it's estimated that over 175,000 people turned out for the march that took place in Seattle, Washington.
The Women's March drew an estimated total of 2.9 million protesters worldwide.
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Amber Tamblyn, Natalie Portman, Katy Perry, Drew Barrymore, Charlize Theron, Ariana Grande, Ashley Judd, Amy Poehler, Amy Schumer, and Blake Lively were among hundreds of celebrities who took to the streets with signs and speeches. Check out the video below to see how some other big-name stars contributed to the historical, multi-city rally.