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Serena Williams has the most compassionate message for postpartum moms who aren’t feeling “picture-perfect.”

Nearly six months after giving birth to her daughter Adira River Ohanian, tennis legend Serena Williams is showing her postpartum body some love.

The star athlete posted a picture of herself in a white two-piece swimsuit on the deck of a yacht, relaxing in sunglasses and generally looking happy while holding her little girl on her shoulder.

In the caption, she reflected on her body’s journey from tournament winner to child maker: “Loving yourself is important. I find that I need to remind myself of this self-love at all stages of my life. Right now I love that my body isn’t perfect. I love that I smell like milk – this milk empowers @adiraohanian. I love getting to know a new version of my body,” she wrote, telling her followers, “It’s a change, but it’s a change that’s worth it.” So start this week knowing you are loved , and it starts with you. Ok, now I’m going to go to the gym 🤪 Serena.”

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In the comments, fans were quick to praise the GOAT. As Kelly Rowland put it: “My love, your body👀…..you FIONNE! FINE!!!! And had two babies!! I couldn’t be prouder of you! I LOVE YOU! We all do that!”

Editor Nina García added: “Enjoy every moment of this beautiful stage. Your body is perfect and this moment is truly a wonderful gift. ❤❤❤“

Most adorable of all, Williams’ husband, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, simply commented, “😍.” The couple also share daughter Alexis Olympia.

Fitness is important to Williams, who recently captioned a sweet video of her two girls playing, “In this family we all work out.” In the video you can hear Williams talking casually to little Olympia in French.

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Source: www.glamour.com

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