- Serena Williams has opened up on how she and her partner Alexis Ohanian became an item
- The 38-year-old claimed her husband made advances at her in an Italian restaurant
- Serena and Alexis both have a beautiful two-year-old daughter named Olympian
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Serena Williams has finally spilled the beans on how she met her billionaire partner Alexis Ohanian in a cheeky way.
The American tennis star had spent most of her years winning Grand Slam titles without having a man to accompany her success.
But according to her post on Instagram, she briefly narrated how the journey began five or six years ago in Roma, Italy.
The Olympic gold medalist was chilling out in a restaurant in Italy when the chief executive officer of Reddit made advances at her and the rest is now history.
"This trip started in Roma 5 or 6 years ago lol.
"I’m the worst with time lines. He sat at my table. I asked him to leave. He refused. I found that hot. I asked him if he liked truffles.
"He said yes. Eventually I said yes. And here we are. 5 or 6 years later," she said.
The 38-year-old and her lover both now have a beautiful two-year-old daughter together Alexis Olympian.
Serena's post was accompanied with a video clip showing both couples driving to an unknown destination during the lockdown.
She asked Alexis: "Really trip?"
He responded: "We are not really going outside."
Serena concluded: "We are not really going anywhere."
Meanwhile, outstanding Ghanaian scientists who are four in number have been named as part of Africa's 29 brilliant scientists awarded as future leaders by the African Independent Research (FLAIR) Fellowship.
In a news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Peacefmonline, the four great Ghanaian scientists form part of FLAIR's second cohort and are set to undertake cutting-edge scientific research that will address global challenges facing developing countries such as Ghana.
The list of four includes Bismarck Dinko, a scientist at the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS), Edem Mahu & John Kuumuori Ganle, scientists at the University of Ghana (UG), and Philip Antwi-Agyei, of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST).
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