‘I’ll Never Forget the Moment..’- Serena Williams’ Husband Alexis Ohanian Pens Down Emotional Note of Gratitude to Wife After Becoming Father for the Second Time

In a momentous occasion that has the world and all of us tennis fans buzzing with excitement, WTA legend Serena Williams and her husband, Alexis Ohanian, have welcomed their second child. It is a beautiful baby girl after their firstborn Olympia, who is already a fan favorite. The news of the birth broke like wildfire today after Serena and Alexis both took to their social media handles to share the news with their fans. Sending waves of congratulations, fans, friends, and fellow celebrities across the globe are celebrating the birth of this very special “Jelly Bean” who has an even more unique name.

Alexis, who keeps setting the dad-bar high every day, is enthralled at the birth of his daughter. Relishing the moment, he decided to welcome his baby girl with a very special post on X, breaking the news to his fans. Alongside an adorable photo of the family of four, the new dad expressed his excitement in a heartwarming gesture.

The couple have decided to name their little “Jelly Bean” Adira River Ohanian. The choice of the name “Adira River” is significant and brimming with personal meaning. “Adira” is a name that exudes strength and elegance, echoing the qualities that have defined Serena’s illustrious career. Meanwhile, “River” symbolizes the flow of life, continuity, and a deep connection to nature. The combination reflects the couple’s desire to imbue their daughter’s life with a balance of power and grace, resilience and tranquility.

This latest addition to the Williams-Ohanian family comes five years after the birth of their first child, Olympia. The family has since become an inspiring example of balancing professional success and personal life, shattering stereotypes and setting new standards for power couples worldwide.


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