Meet Alexis: Serena Williams' baby girl

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The video, which is compiled of her and fiancé, Alexis Ohanian's Snapchats.

Squee! Would you get a load of those pouty lips?

Congrats, again to Serena and "big" Alexis on their sweet little bundle!

The video provided a glimpse at the newborn and detailed much of the tennis great's pregnancy journey. We'd expect nothing less from Williams's spawn.

Baby girl Alexis Olympia Ohanian, Jr. She didn't specify what the complications were, just that they required her and baby Alexis to stay in the hospital for six to seven days.

Williams revealed there were "a lot of complications", which could potentially affect her hopes of returning to the tour in time to defend her Australian Open title in January. And because the little sister of Venus Williams has always been very generous with its fans, it offers a bonus to its 6.5 million subscribers to Instagram by posting a video montage retracing her pregnancy.

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"I have this thing where I've been checking my status and taking pictures every week to see how far along I'm getting", she told a TED conference in Vancouver, Canada, according to EuroSport.

Serena will be back however in only a couple of months, which even she understands is somewhat stunning.

Writer and social media addict. I can't decide when she's going to be ready to practice.

It was reported earlier in the day that she had gone into labor after being induced the previous day in a West Palm Beach, Florida hospital.

The 23-time grand slam singles champion believes her baby who will probably dominate women's tennis in about 20 years. "I became really calm". It's also acknowledgement of Williams, who has earned four Olympic gold medals. "Which I don't do any more".

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