Serena Williams crowdsources breastfeeding advice on Twitter

Serena Williams crowdsources breastfeeding advice on Twitter

Serena Williams crowdsources breastfeeding advice on Twitter

Tennis great Serena Williams was served a $281 speeding ticket for allegedly driving 21 miles per hour over the speed limit on Interstate 95 in Palm Beach County, according to media reports.

On Wednesday, the athlete asked, "Fellow moms: How long did you breastfeed?"

The new mommy and wife of Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian also shared the joyous news Thursday (Dec. 7) in a lengthy Instagram post.

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So, it was fitting that the tennis champion took to social media to crowd source opinions from fellow moms about breastfeeding. Williams welcomed her daughter, Alexis, on September 1.

Serena, who tied the knot with her new husband Alexis last month in New Orleans, could make her return to the court as early as next month.

Meanwhile, Serena looks at her daughter with a loving smile, enjoying a few rays of sunlight with her baby girl. Still going with my 1 year old right now.

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Serena Williams was slapped with a $281 speeding ticket for allegedly driving 86 miles per hour on the highway.

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