Why Serena Williams Hasn't Given Meghan Markle Any Parenting Advice

Katie Ramirez
July 3, 2019

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared an image of their son's new addition to his wardrobe: an adorable letterman's jacket in blue and white with his initials AW, (for Archie Windsor) embroidered on the arm.

The newborn is due to be christened on Saturday in Queen Elizabeth's private chapel at Windsor Castle, with 25 close family members and friends on hand.

"I never pass on words of wisdom because I feel like for everyone - when they have a kid, especially when you just have a baby - it's so hard to just be", Williams shared to the BBC.

Serena, who is in the United Kingdom to compete in this year's Wimbledon tennis championships, unsurprisingly said becoming a mother has profoundly changed her worldview, and also made her think about how she wants to be remembered.

Serena welcomed her first child, Alexis Olympia, in September 2017, while Meghan gave birth to her son Archie in May of this year. Speaking to BBC, ahead of her first Wimbeldon match, Serena said she never advises to new mothers.

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"Becoming a mom has changed my perspective on a lot of things", the seven-time Wimbledon champion It has also changed me in terms of - I want to leave a legacy. Meghan's sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, also took time out from her maternity leave past year to attend one of the matches. I want to be this, you know, positive person for my daughter. Here, Meghan joined Kate - who is the Patron of the All England Club - at the 2018 Ladies' Final, where they watched Serena take on Angelique Kerber from Centre Court. After Snubbing Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray Wants to Partner With Serena or Venus Williams for Wimbledon 2019 Mixed Doubles.

"It's really important to believe in yourself, and it's hard", she told the program.

"I had all those high expectations and what I was going to do and then I had what I was going to do".

"I'm a mess. I just put on some concealer and I'm here". So, that's kind of how it starts.

The source adds that it will be a traditional ceremony, expected to be led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who baptized Meghan in the Anglican Church shortly before her wedding to Harry.

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