Serena Williams uses husband Alexis Ohanian as wig stand and it's hilarious

Serena Williams uses husband Alexis Ohanian as wig stand and it's hilarious

For many people around the world, weekends are clean up day, whether personal grooming or just general cleaning around the house and tennis champion Serena Williams is not exceptional.

For many men,weekends are meant for hanging out with their boys and servicing their machines but for Serena's husband, Alexis Ohanian, things are slightly different.

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Serena Williams uses husband Alexis Ohanian as wig stand and it's hilarious

Serena's husband Alexis Ohanian is setting a whole new gold standard for partners across the globe. Photo: Getty Images
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In a series of Instagram stories shared by the tennis champ on Sunday, September 29, Ohanian can be seen volunteering himself as a stand for one of her wigs — and a very adept one at that.

Williams, who wears many hats including that of a fashion designer, mother, businesswoman, and world-class athlete, had taken a break from her duties to wash and detangle her wigs.

"Of course I'm up on the wig craze and I just don't know how to clean my wigs and how to style them," she says in one of the videos.

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"But I did get this new wig head. It doesn't sit very still, but this is a good headstand," she says at one point.

Serena had just washed two of her wigs and proceeded to comb them on top of her husband's head while he sat as still as he could. And honestly, we admire his serenity.

Ohania is setting a whole new gold standard for partners across the globe and his latest move might be his best yet.

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