In June, Williams celebrated her pregnancy with a Vanity Fair cover, in which she stripped down for the magazine to reveal her baby bump, a la Demi Moore's 1991 Vanity Fair cover. On Wednesday, Serena revealed the name of her little girl on social media, along with a photo and a lovely video of her journey into motherhood. "Alexis thinks we're having a boy, but I have a strong suspicion that it's a girl", she said. We also see a little dancing, some obvious adoration between the tennis pro and her fiancé, and finally the attractive Alexis. Let's talk about that name: Alexis Olympia Ohanian, Jr. One person wrote: "Oh Serena she is so adorable!"
The 23-time Grand Slam victor does not reveal what the problems were in a video on YouTube, which features footage and pictures from the nine months leading up to the birth. But, look what we've got.
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It finishes with Williams leaving the hospital after six days and an announcement of the baby's name, date of birth, weight (6lb 14 oz), and number of grand slam titles (one).
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In the aforementioned IG stories (and link in bio), fans got an even deeper look with the star sharing brief snippets from her pregnancy and through little Alexis' journey from ultrasound to birth. "It's the most outrageous plan", she told Vogue. She is seen dancing and playing tennis as well as with fiancé Alexis Ohanian having a good time.
"I was just saving them (for myself)".
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