Singer Ciara Wilson was at the White House to promote the COVID-19 vaccine on Nov. 17, but it was her little one-year-old son, Win Wilson, that had the spotlight.
Wilson was standing on stage at the podium talking to the press about vaccines when little Win could be seen crawling behind her all of a sudden. The adorable toddler was caught on camera stealing the show from his famous mom.
As Ciara stood at the podium, it looked as if the nanny got distracted by her cell phone, and little Win decided to explore. The little boy quietly began crawling towards his mother, and the nanny could not retrieve him before he made it on the stage.
White House Correspondent for CBS Nancy Cordes posted the adorable footage on Twitter on Nov. 17. Wilson’s son Future, who is seven, is also heard on the footage.
“Superstar @Ciara, here to promote vaccines for kids 5-11, delivers an impromptu press conference in the White House briefing room with cameos from her sons Future (7) and Win (1).
Superstar @Ciara, here to promote vaccines for kids 5-11, delivers an impromptu press conference in the White House briefing room with cameos from her sons Future (7) and Win (1) pic.twitter.com/8AypmQF888
— Nancy Cordes (@nancycordes) November 17, 2021
Wilson posted a picture of First Lady Jill Biden and herself online after the conference with a caption.
“@Flotus, thank you for welcoming my family and I to The @WhiteHouse. It was such an honor to join you to talk about vaccinating our youth. Let’s end this pandemic together #LevelUp.”
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The show went on as the nanny tried in vain to get little Win to come to her, but the little man was having it his way and didn’t leave his mom’s side. He even found a way to entertain himself a few times.
Future also got his moment when his mom mentioned that he had just been vaccinated a few days before the press conference.
“My son Future actually got vaccinated, what, two days ago, Future?”
“He walked in excited, a little nervous, but he was excited,” she said. “Because a lot of his classmates had already gotten vaccinated, so it was really cool to be on that journey with him. Being a mom and seeing it through his eyes was amazing as well.”
“I think the ultimate goal is to end this thing and for us all to feel a bit more safe and have an added layer of protection,” she concluded.
Wilson was at the White House to promote COVID-19 vaccinations for kids aged 5 to 11. The FDA approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 emergency vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 back in October.