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Serena Williams Reveals First Baby Photos! Exposes Shocking Delivery Crisis

Serena Williams Baby Photos Delivery Crisis

Sep. 13 2017, Published 1:42 p.m. ET

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Serena Williams Baby Photos Delivery Crisis

Serena Williams has welcomed her baby girl to the world, RadarOnline.com has learned, and the tennis pro has taken to social media to reveal that her birth was extremely tricky as she suffered various complications. However, she and her fiancé Alexis Ohanianare finally out of the hospital with their daughter and heading home. Click through to learn more!

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"Meet Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. You have to check out link in bio for her amazing journey. Also check out my IG stories," the tennis pro wrote on a sweet snap of her and her sleeping newborn.

"We're leaving the hospital after 6, 7 days. It's been a long time, but we had a lot of complications," said Williams via Instagram Stories, "but look who we got? We got a baby girl!"

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As Radar previously reported, Serena and fiancé Alexis welcomed their daughter on September 1 in Palm Beach, Florida.

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After announcing the news of her pregnancy, the new mom showed off her growing baby bump on the cover of Vanity Fair, where she glowed as she posed nude for the cameras.

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While she previously admitted that she did not know "what to do with a baby," she and Alexis seem happier than ever now that they have expanded their adorable family.

Rumors about a secret marriage between the couple arose, but it is uncertain whether or not they tied the knot before Alexis Jr.' birth. What do you think about Serena and Alexis' sweet pics of their newborn baby girl? Sound off in the comments below!

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