February 12, 2019

Serena Williams is the image of motherly bliss as she cuddles up next to baby Alexis in new photo

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Serena Williams, one of the most talented female tennis players of all times, took to Instagram to share a photo of her cuddling next to her daughter Olympia.

In the image, the one-year-old girl appeared resting in her crib wearing a white onesie while looking at a screen. Serena, also wearing a white ensemble, was cuddling next to her child.

Since it was a baby crib both ladies were cuddling at, Serena had to curl up to fit in. The most beautiful aspect of the post was the big smile on the proud mother’s face.


As soon as Serena uploaded that photo, her followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

“Now that is cute.. good mommy,” shared one user.

“Every mum has to admit they’ve jumped in just the once,” pointed out a second follower.

“1st time Parents...lol...the silly things we do for our first born...amazing!” wrote another person.



It is not the first time that Serena and Olympia play together in a lovely way. In a recent Instagram post, the tennis player appeared mostly covered by colorful plastic balls in a ball pit looking and smiling at her child, who seemed to be crawling up to her mother.


For the caption, the tennis player pointed out that nothing gave her more joy than her “sweetie” daughter. She also set clear that her husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, took the photo.



The tennis player has been empowering women to be the best version of themselves for a long time already, and her new commercial with the dating app Bumble, which aired during the first quarter of the Super Bowl LIII on February 3, was no different.


During the one-minute ad, Serena shared an inspirational message to women: “'The world tells you to wait; that waiting is polite, and good things will just come. But if I waited to be invited in, I never would have stood out.”

She continued,

“So, make the first move. Don’t wait to be told your place; take it. Don’t wait for people to find you; find them. In work, in love, in life. And most of all, don’t wait to be given power because here’s what they won’t tell you: you already have it.”