Serena Williams was the epitome of chic in a pair of snaps posted to Instagram on Tuesday during her trip to Paris for fashion week.
The tennis player, 40, sent temperatures soaring as she showcased her hourglass frame in a tight black midi dress featuring unmissable rose prints.
She elevated her height with a pair of black platform heels and flashed her sparkling wedding ring as she posed up a storm with her hand on her hip.
The sports pro wore her blonde locks in a sleek bob and accessorised with a delicate chain while seeing the French capital’s sights during her trip across the Atlantic.
In her caption, the wife of entrepreneur Alexis Ohanian wrote: Paris [rose emoji] @serena Riley Dress.’
She took to her story later on to show herself enjoying a fine dining experience at a lavish restaurant, where a waiter poured a delicious glass of champagne for the star.
Serena and her sister Venus currently grace the cover of Harper’s Bazaar’s March issue, where they stun in black swimsuits.
Gorgeous: The tennis player, 40, sent temperatures soaring as she showcased her hourglass frame in a tight black midi dress featuring unmissable rose prints
The tennis superstars don sexy one-shoulder one-pieces for the magazine’s Legacy Issue and talk about life after future retirement in the accompanying interview.
Venus said: ‘From such a young age, all we’ve done is work. So I think for Serena and I to explore that freedom is surreal. We’ve never been free.’
She jokingly elaborated on their plans after they eventually retire from tennis.
Venus told the magazine, ‘Serena and I say we’re going to become body builders after tennis. It might be extreme. It might not happen exactly like that, but you never know.’
Meanwhile, Serena explained that contemplating her legacy does not factor in to her daily life.
‘That’s something I don’t think about nor do I want,’ she said. ‘I don’t want to think about what I’m leaving. I just think about who I am every single day behind closed doors and behind cameras. And that’s what I focus on.’
Venus was also reticent to discuss the impact of her legacy, saying, ‘I’m so inspired by other changemakers too.
‘I absolutely love design. I love mentoring. I love passing on what I know.’
While both sisters have achieved remarkable feats in their long careers, Venus was quick to heap praise on her sister, mentioning Serena’s 23 Grand Slam titles.
‘Serena is the one with all the trophies,’ she told Harper’s, despite herself having been crowned a Grand Slam champion seven times.