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Serena Williams’ Pregnancy Controversy Sparks Outrage: The Story You Need to Know!”

Serena Williams’ pregnancy generated controversy due to the challenges and restrictions she faced, as well as the backlash she received for speaking out.



Williams announced her pregnancy in 2017 and experienced complications such as blood clots and pulmonary embolism, which required hospitalization. Despite these challenges, Williams returned to the tennis court and competed in the 2018 French Open, where she wore a catsuit designed to prevent blood clots.



The French Tennis Federation banned the catsuit, resulting in criticism and accusations of sexism and discrimination against Williams.



The federation later modified their dress code policy, stating that players must wear “respectful” clothing suitable for the sport.



Williams has been a vocal advocate for women’s health issues, particularly in regard to pregnancy and childbirth. She has called for more research into maternal health and better support for mothers, including access to proper medical care and resources.



Williams continues to inspire fans worldwide with her unwavering commitment to the sport and her advocacy for important causes. Despite the controversy surrounding her pregnancy, she remains an influential and respected athlete.



In addition to her advocacy work, Williams has had a successful tennis career, winning 23 Grand Slam singles titles and several other prestigious awards. She has been ranked as the world No. 1 in singles eight times and has won four Olympic gold medals.



Overall, Williams’ pregnancy controversy shed light on important issues in women’s health and the sport of tennis. Her advocacy work and dedication to the sport continue to inspire fans and athletes around the world.



Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian announced they are expecting a second child together on Monday night, as they attended the Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.



The 41-year-old sport star let her figure-hugging black Gucci gown, which featured a white tulle train, do all the talking as it perfectly displayed her growing baby bump.



Taking to her Instagram hours later, Serena made reference to the happy news by sharing a few photos from the event in which she can be seen cradling her bump, writing: “Was so excited when Anna Wintour invited the 3 of us to the Met Gala.”



Proud father-to-be Alexis also opened up about the news and revealed their daughter Olympia’s reaction to becoming a big sister.





Writing on his Twitter alongside two photos taken at the Met Gala, the American internet entrepreneur wrote: “Mama & Papa love this parenting-thing, so we’re back at it and @olympiaohanian is gonna be the best Big Sister—she’s been asking & praying for this for a minute. #MetGala.”



He then added alongside a bracelet that spelt out “PAPA”: “Details matter. Best title I’ve ever had – better than Founder…. CEO…. PAPA.”

Serena’s pregnancy is no surprise as the tennis player has been vocal about wanting to expand her family with her husband of five years.



Just last year, as she announced her retirement from tennis, Serena explained she wanted more children, but not whilst working as an athlete – after famously winning the Australian Open while expecting her first child.



“In the last year, Alexis and I have been trying to have another child, and we recently got some information from my doctor that put my mind at ease and made me feel that whenever we’re ready, we can add to our family,” she wrote at the time.



She also revealed that her daughter Olympia had asked to be a big sister – but only to a girl.



“We’re in my car, and she’s holding my phone, using an interactive educational app she likes. This robot voice asks her a question: ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ She doesn’t know I’m listening, but I can hear the answer she whispers into the phone. She says, ‘I want to be a big sister,'” she revealed.

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