Serena Williams just proved she’s got some of the fiercest curves on Instagram. The tennis superstar, mom of one, and businesswoman took to the platform earlier today with the world’s most sophisticated look.
Still, those curves were taking center stage.
Posing in a simple dressing room and in front of a clothing rack, the 38-year-old flaunted her muscle machine of a body in a sleek and skintight pair of olive-green pants paired with a fitted white shirt. The triple update also saw the star rocking dagger stiletto heels as she took the opportunity to plug her Serena clothing line.
A curvy rear might be in vogue right now thanks to the likes of Kim Kardashian and Nicki Minaj, but the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star and Queen rapper aren’t a patch on Serena when it comes to muscle.
Serena seemed willing to acknowledge her fierce booty with a cheeky peach emoji in her caption.
“It must be the ?… no it’s @serena Seraya pants #thicc #allmine ??,” she wrote to accompany her update.
It looks like the post has proven a hit, racking up over 92,000 likes in just 48 minutes.
The comments section to Serena’s post is officially on fire – literally. Countless fans threw the star fire emoji, although a few did manage to leave a worded response.
“Serena is knocking out the likes of Iron Mile Tyson in the gym and she knocks out the rest of us when she leaves the gym ?,” one fan wrote.
“That blouse on the manikin is distracting ?,” a user jokingly said.
“All that Peach ? ?” came from a fan definitely appearing to pick up on the curves.
With an international tennis career, the source of Serena’s muscles isn’t exactly a secret. Sweating it out on the tennis court may be why this star is famous, but Serena’s workouts span beyond the sport she’s so known for.
“For me, it’s so important to mix it up. I ran, and then I biked. Then I did elliptical. That didn’t work out so well, because it was boring, so I tried yoga. I started dancing because I couldn’t train when I was sick. We started making up moves, and it was fun. Now I run for 10 minutes, and then I dance,” Serena revealed.
Serena has been asked how her body image changed over the years.
“When I was young I thought I should be built more like an athlete — long and lean — not with a womanly figure. But then people my age started coming up to me, saying, “I love you because of the way you look.” They could relate to me. That was really motivating,” Serena replied.
“So I learned to be proud of my curves and to embrace my large boobs and my butt. It’s all about loving who you are and realizing that you’re beautiful,” she added.
And who can blame her? Serena’s interview with Fitness Magazine also saw the tennis player asked if she can stick to her super-healthy diet while traveling.
“I love Southern food. I don’t try to eat healthy when I’m in South Carolina for the Family Circle Cup tournament. I eat shrimp and grits with butter on top, fried chicken, and, oh, do I eat the fried hush puppies! And the banana pudding — mmm, mmm, mmm! I let myself go that whole week and then another week after that.”
Looks like we’ll be eating fried chicken, tonight, then.