The tennis superstar gave birth on 1 September
New mum Serena Williams has revealed details of the complications surrounding the birth of her baby girl who was born on September 1. The tennis superstar and her boyfriend Alexis Ohanian have now debuted their offspring on Instagram - and the little one has been named after her daddy.
Serena Williams has given birth to a baby girl
In the introductory picture, Serena - who was pregnant with the tot when she won her 23rd Grand Slam at the Australian Open in January this year - is holding her six day old with the caption: "Meet Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. You have to check out link in bio for her amazing journey. Also check out my IG stories."
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Serena and her fiance Alexis Ohanian had decided not to find out the baby’s sex ahead of the birth.
Serena Williams and her fiance Alexis Ohanian have welcomed their first child –a baby girl.
The tennis champ was reportedly admitted to St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida on Wednesday and was induced on Thursday evening.
The baby girl, whose name has not yet been released, arrived on Friday, weighing 6 pounds, 13 ounces.
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That baby bump is something special.
Serena Williams is without doubt one of the most beautiful and accomplished living women in the world, and she's magnified that with a sensational nude photo shoot for a magazine in which she shows off her burgeoning baby bump. True beauty if ever we saw it.
Serena Williams shows off baby bump at the Met Gala
The 35-year-old tennis champion was shot by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz for the front cover of Vanity Fair posing sideways on with nothing but a skin-coloured thong, covering her breasts with one hand and resting her other on her back, her six-month pregnant belly thrust out.
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Serena Williams clarifies Venus Williams' apparent slip over the sex of her baby.
Serena Williams has confirmed that her sister's slip regarding the gender of her unborn baby was more down to wishful thinking than anything else, because the tennis star doesn't actually know what she's having - and it's gong to stay that way until the birth.
Serena Williams at the 2017 Met Gala
Venus Williams is thrilled about her younger sister's pregnancy and opened up about how she wanted the baby to be named after her in an interview recently. She really seems adamant that she is going to have a niece - and maybe she is right to be - but Serena has clarified that it's all speculation.
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The 35-year-old tennis star told her Snapchat fans she was 20 weeks pregnant last week
Tennis superstar Serena Williams wowed and inspired the world last week by revealing she was 20 weeks pregnant and had therefore been carrying her unborn child when she won the Australian Open in January.
Serena Williams is pregnant with her first child
However, it seems now her big announcement was a bit of a mistake and she didn’t intend to tell everyone about her happy news quite as early as she did.
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Usain Bolt is the fastest runner in recorded history with a record of 9.58 seconds in a 100 metre dash. He has nine Olympic gold medals and is marked as an eleven-time World Champion Athlete. But despite this, the aptly named Bolt has never forgotten his modest beginnings in Kingston, Jamaica. He's never taken his talent for granted and remains a humble human being who is ultimately adored by everyone he meets. In his new documentary, he talks about what's it's like to be a world champion and a record holder; the pressure it brings to him, the gruelling training that isn't always an enjoyable experience, and the ever more ungodly hours at which he has to awaken. Within this candid look at his world, he confesses that even though he is the fastest sprinter in history, he still gets nervous before he has to race and always worries about whether or not he is still fast.
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Ciara had a truly super 30th birthday.
Ciara was treated to one incredible surprise by her boyfriend, NFL player Russell Wilson, when he threw a party to celebrate her 30th birthday. Wilson arranged for Ciara’s family and friends to dress up as their favourite superheroes and he had a few additional surprises in store for Ciara.
Ciara photographed at an appearance at Topshop in Las Vegas, October 2015.
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Drake and Serena Williams were spotted kissing in a restaurant over the weekend. After months of rumours concerning the nature of their relationship, have them inadvertently confirmed they’re a couple?
Drake and Serena Williams have been snapped kissing in public. The rapper and tennis player were photographed at a restaurant in Cincinnati on Sunday evening (23rd August). They’ve been rumoured to have been dating for a number of months and now they’ve seemingly confirmed, albeit indirectly, their romantic involvement.
Drake at Wimbledon in July 2015.
A Twitter user described Serena Williams as being ‘built like a man’ and ‘Harry Potter’ author J.K. Rowling immediately jumped to William’s defence.
J.K. Rowling is one of those magical sort of people who will always stand up to a bully and she’s frequently made a point of using social media as a tool to stop cyber bullies from continuing to spread hate. Today, after Serena Williams won the Women’s Singles Championship at Wimbledon, one Twitter user criticised Williams’ appearance and Rowling had something to say about it.
J.K. Rowling responded to a cyber bully who felt it necessary to make comments about Serena Williams' physique.
Serena Williams - The Serena Williams Ultimate Run VIP Kick-Off at Miami Beach - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Friday 12th December 2014
Serena Williams - Australian Open Tennis 2013 Melbourne Australia Thursday 17th January 2013
Gabby Douglas, the 16 year old American gymnast that cleaned up at this year's Olympics, has deservedly won Sportswoman of the Year from the Women's Sports Foundation. But what makes a winner? Let's take a look at Douglas' accolades and achievements over the years.
Although 16 years doesn't seem a particularly long lifespan to amass world notoriety and massive achievement, that's exactly what Gabby Douglas has done. In the London 2012 Olympics she won gold in both the individual and team all-around competition. The all-around competition, for those of us that don't know, is exactly what it sounds like; competency all-around. Yahoo said that "In order to win the all-around competition, Douglas had to be dominant in multiple apparatus, including floor, vault, bars and beam." That's five whole disciplines to excel in, which Douglas did at such a level as to win two gold medals. Douglas' dedication to her sport saw her move across the country to train with Liang Chow and Shawn Johnson- who made sure she was the best of the best.
Of course, Douglas had some serious competition for the prestigious award, and Serena Williams, Allyson Felix, Lindsay Vonn, Jessica Long, Tatyanna McFaddyn and finally, another teenage Olympic superstar Missy Franklin. Franklin won 5 medals in the Olympic pool and is aged just 17. All the nominees are incredible women who represent a new and exciting elite group of women for girls to aspire to.
Date of birth
26th September, 1981
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