Serena Williams & her fiance Alexis Ohanian have welcomed their 1st child â€“a baby girl.
The tennis champ was reportedly admitted to St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida on Wed. & was induced on Thurs. evening.
The infant girl, whose name has not still been released, arrived on Fri., weighing 6 pounds, 13 ounces.
The news source was 1st reported by Chris Shepherd from WPBF-25 News source who spoke to a source at the hospital on Fri. who confirmed Serena had welcomed a daughter & added: â€˜Mother & baby doing well.’
In accordance to reports, Serena was given the V.I.P. remedy at St Mary’s, with a whole floor of the hospital being cleared with a view to assure she’d the utmost quantity of privacy attainable.
Chatting with ESPN after profitable her third-round US Open agree on Sat., Serena’s sister stated: “I am super excited. Words can not portray.”
Not long after the news source of the babyâ€™s arrival broke, Serenaâ€™s buddies took to social media to supply their congratulations.
Beyonce published a photograph of Serena from her pregnancy shoot with Vogue & wrote, ‘Congratulations Serena!’
Fellow tennis champ Rafael Nadal twittered: ‘Congrats Serena!!! So much joy for you!!!’
While Serena’s coach Patrick Mouratoglou wrote: ‘Congratulations @SerenaWilliams in your baby girl. I’m so glad for you & I really feel your emotion. Recuperate well & take pleasure in with out limitation.
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Earlier this yr Serena & Alexis exposed in that they had chosen to maintain the sex of their child a secret until her birth.
However throughout her interview with Vogue last month Serena divulged in that she was sure she was having a daughter -while Alexis was satisfied in that their baby will probably be a boy.
‘Two weeks after we came upon [I was pregnant], I played the Australian Open,’ she told the magazine.
‘I told Alexis it needs to be a lady 'cause there I used to be taking part in in 100-degree weather, & in that baby by no means gave me any hassle. Journey or die. Women are robust in that means.’Â