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Proud Mom Serena Williams Carries Her Daughter In Car Seat, As She Prepares For Wedding To Alexis Ohanian

Serena Williams is taking motherhood all in her stride. 

The tennis ace looked beautiful as she walked with her baby daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., in a Nuna PIPA lite car seat in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Proud Mom Serena Williams Carries Her Daughter In Car Seat, As She Prepares For Wedding To Alexis Ohanian

Serena went casual wearing an ash grey top, matching leggings and white trainers.

The 36-year-old welcomed her adorable baby girl on September 1 with her fiancé, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. 

The couple have also set up an Instagram account for their daughter, which has already amassed more than 86,000 followers.

Proud Mom Serena Williams Carries Her Daughter In Car Seat, As She Prepares For Wedding To Alexis Ohanian

Serena often shares with her followers how she is getting along as a new mom. 

On her Twitter account Saturday the world class athlete joked: ‘I hate to throw my daughter under the bus… but she farts really really really loud.’

Proud Mom Serena Williams Carries Her Daughter In Car Seat, As She Prepares For Wedding To Alexis Ohanian

The 23 Grand Slam champ is also busy planning her upcoming wedding.

Serena and her fiancé Alexis Ohanian were spotted taking a private jet from her Florida home last week.

They reportedly met with their wedding planner in New Orleans. 

Proud Mom Serena Williams Carries Her Daughter In Car Seat, As She Prepares For Wedding To Alexis Ohanian

They are believed to have discussed menu options and other arrangements for their big day.

Serena herself has hinted it would be before her planned return to tennis next January at the Australian Open.

Proud Mom Serena Williams Carries Her Daughter In Car Seat, As She Prepares For Wedding To Alexis Ohanian

Her victory at the tournament last year was actually the reason she believed she was having a girl, she said in an interview with Vogue.

‘Two weeks after we found out [about the pregnancy], I played the Australian Open,’ she said. 

‘I told Alexis it has to be a girl because I was playing in 100-degree weather, and that baby never gave me any trouble. Ride or die. Women are tough that way.’ 

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