Ciara’s Daughter, 3, Learns To Ski With Help From Mom On Winter Getaway With Vanessa Bryant’s Family

Pals Ciara and Vanessa Bryant have whisked their families away for a winter ski trip. Although it was the kids' first time skiing, they already look like pros!

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Ciara‘s adorable daughter Sienna, 3, has tried her hand at skiing for the first time, while on a family winter trip. The “One, Two Step” hitmaker shared a video of her mini-me hitting the slopes, as she offered her encouragement. “Hands in front of you, hands in front of you!” Ciara said, adding, “Good job, see you’re doing it!” Sienna could then be heard saying “I got it,” as she made her way down the hill in a white ski jacket and black pants — the same ‘fit as her mom! “Nothing like exposure too different things. Creating wonderful memories that they will cherish,” one fan commented, while another wrote, “Precious, beautiful family moments.”

Ciara’s video also featured a short montage of her son Future Jr., 6, hitting the slopes like a pro, while “Blinding Lights” played over the footage. He was seen in an all black ‘fit gliding down the slopes, and although it looked like he had some prior practice, Ciara revealed in her caption it was everyone’s first time. “It Brings Me So Much Joy to See My Babies try new things and Ski for the 1st time,” she wrote. The family were also joined by Vanessa Bryant and her daughters as they celebrated the festive season with a Christmas vacation.

Ciara and Vanessa Bryant have taken their families on a ski trip. Image: AP

Vanessa recently shared an adorable clip of her pal Ciara teaching her four-year-old, Bianka Bryant, how to ride a bike. “Bianka and Auntie C,” she captioned the clip. “Thank you so much for this Christmas vacation auntie Ciara and uncle [Russell Wilson]. Love you guys!!! Thank you so much for being there for us.” In the video, which was filmed at the airport in front of a private jet, Bianka looked adorable in a puffy winter coat and matching hat. Ciara stuck by her side and helped guide the bike as the toddler peddled. Too cute!

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