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Serena Williams is pregnant!
The 23-time Grand Slam title holder announced the news on Snapchat Wednesday with a pic of herself in a yellow bathing suit, and the simple caption “20 weeks”:
Within minutes of the snap going up Wednesday, the tennis star’s name was trending worldwide on Twitter. Sports and pop culture fans seem to be freaking out in equal measure:
Serena Williams is a GODDESS https://t.co/B5wlHFNIud -— ROSIE (@Rosie) April 19, 2017
SO HAPPY FOR YOU!!!!!
Serena Williams is 20 weeks pregnant, which means she won the Australian Open while being pregnant and didn't drop a single set. The GOAT.— Liam Canning (@LiamPaulCanning) April 19, 2017
Their kids are about to have the BEST playdates. pic.twitter.com/fiBDLlxlOk— Michael Blackmon (@blackmon) April 19, 2017
This is about to be one famous baby.
Christine Friar is a writer and editor in New York who focuses on streaming entertainment and internet culture. Her work has appeared in the Awl, the Fader, New York Magazine, Paper Magazine, Vogue, Elle, and more.