Serena Williams Is Excited To Donate Her “Super Soldier” Breast Milk

Image Credit: Serena Williams/ Instagram

Several anonymous families might be getting potent breast milk nutrients from Serena Williams. The queen of court has visited the streets of New York with kindness.

Serena Williams Shares Why She Donated Her Breast Milk

Via an Instagram clip, Serena made live evidence of her breast milk concealed in sachets. The camera lens focused on her white freezer, which flipped open once her hands got on it. Its contents were sachets filled with liquid milk.

In the background, Serena Williams applied a soothing voice that signified how excited she felt to donate breast milk to NYC families. She aims to reach families in need, and it will be anonymous. So nobody should expect a “Serena Williams breast milk” tag on the sachets!

As per People, The retired tennis champion gave more details on how she began the donation, emphasizing that it was not her was not her intention at first.

Via the caption, she quipped:

“After going through a screening I was able to donate it instead of taking the milk home. I know so many amazing women that adopt or are unable to make milk. It felt amazing. BTW Someone out there is getting some super soldier milk.”

Helping Families Is Serena Williams’ Priority

Helping families, especially her own, has been her priority. After decades of retaining her championship, the 42-year-old took a bow off the court. In her defense, it was time to focus on her family.

Serena, a mom to two daughters, shared with her husband, Alexis Ohanian, that Olympia influenced her growing family. Apparently, the couple’s first child wanted a baby sister badly.

In her statement to Vogue, she shared:

“I’m the youngest of five sisters myself, and my sisters are my heroes, so this has felt like a moment I need to listen very carefully to.”

With Alexis by her side, the duo have navigated parenthood brilliantly. Before welcoming baby number two, Adira River, the entrepreneur confessed that he was ready. We’ve got everything basically good to go,” he said.

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