Here's What Ciara's Son Yelled To Joe Biden While At The White House

In November 2021, musician Ciara visited the White House to talk about how important COVID-19 vaccines are, especially for children.

"Oh my goodness, we had the best time," she said during a virtual segment of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." "Dr. [Jill] Biden is amazing. It was incredible being there and walking to greet her for the first time on the East Lawn."

Ciara went on to share how her kids — 7-year-old Future Zahir, 4-year-old Sienna Princess, and 18-month-old Win Harrison (per People) — reacted to being at the White House. 

Apparently, Future asked Dr. Biden where the trash can was, and, while Ciara was giving a speech, Win started crawling around the podium. 

"My kids literally had so much fun," Ciara told DeGeneres. "Baby Win was like, 'I don't care where we are, but all I know is that this White House is a playground.'"

Ciara's oldest child shared an important message with Joe Biden

On a recent episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Ciara also gave details on the family's interactions with President Joe Biden during their White House visit in November 2021. Specifically, the trip to D.C. involved Ciara and First Lady Jill Biden urging children to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

While there, President Biden welcomed them to the White House, and Ciara's oldest child made sure to tell the president something very important. 

"Future, the first thing he said to the president was, 'I'm vaccinated!' And the president yells back, 'I'm vaccinated, too!' So, that was really cute and really sweet," the singer recalled.

On Nov. 2, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that kids between the ages of 5 and 11 start getting vaccinated for COVID-19. In January 2021, it was announced that those who are even younger may soon be able to get vaccinated as well.