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‘Olympia is going to have a sibling!’: Fans believe Serena Williams has a baby bump after walking the Vogue runway

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Former tennis player Serena Williams recently walked the ramp for Vogue and fans are convinced she’s pregnant

MANHATTAN, NEW YORK CITY: Serena Williams may have announced her retirement, but the former No. 1 tennis player has kept the rumor mill going with speculation she’s having another baby after walking the runway at Vogue World.

The event was a celebration of the legendary magazine’s 130th anniversary on Fulton Street in downtown Manhattan. Serena opened the show on Monday September 12 by walking the runway in a curvaceous Balenciaga tank dress with a silver jersey cape.


The 40-year-old tennis champion was joined by model sisters Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid for the Vogue World grand finale. In similar silver outfits, the trio took the stage set for Lil Nas X’s performance of Industry Baby.

While Serena looked gorgeous on the ramp, fans were quick to notice that her stomach was showing beneath the cape. Fans believed the mother of one had a baby bump. Although there is no official confirmation about it, fans couldn’t contain their excitement.

One Instagram user wrote, “Serena is so pregnant,” while another added, “Oh wow. I had no idea she was pregnant again. Oh, congratulations to her. She deserves it.” A third chimed in: “Mom is radiant and looks like Venus. Congratulations,” a third wrote, while another echoed the sentiment, “I didn’t know she was pregnant again. Congratulations.” A fourth commented: “Olympia is getting a sibling! I hope Serena has an uneventful pregnancy and delivery.”

The rumors that Serena could be pregnant with her husband Alexis Ohanian’s second child come after her announcement of her retirement. Serena said: “For the past year, Alexis and I have been trying to have another child and we recently received some information from my doctor that has put my mind at ease and makes me feel like whenever we are ready, add something to our family.” told Vogue.

Serena added: “As an athlete, I definitely don’t want to get pregnant again. I need to be two feet into tennis or two feet out.

Serena turned professional in 1995 at the age of 14 after learning tennis from her father on the Los Angeles public courts, and as a teenage sensation, she won her first Grand Slam championship at the US Open at 17 and her sister Venus created one of the best doubles teams in history, winning 14 Grand Slam women’s doubles titles. As the first African American Grand Slam champion since Althea Gibson in 1958, she brings even more meaning to her achievements. They have both dominated a sport played largely by upper-class white people and considered prohibitively expensive.

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