"So I feed her, and then she snuggles with me, which is the best part of my day".
She has been critical of the WTA ranking system and the disadvantages it places on women who take maternity leave.
Seeding is usually reserved for the 32 players with the higher ranking from the Women's Tennis Association (WTA).
"Over her 23-year career in tennis, Serena Williams has never tested positive for any illegal substance despite being tested significantly more than other professional tennis players, both male and female - in fact, four times more frequently than her peers".
Serena is preparing to take the court for Wimbledon - which starts on 2 July - after having to withdraw from the French Open earlier this month due to a pectoral muscle injury, but says if she wasn't working she'd be pregnant.
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However, Meghan may have to make room for a new trinket in her home in London. The skirt was midi length, and flared out.
The draw for Wimbledon is Friday; play begins Monday. British number one Johanna Konta is the 22nd seed, while Maria Sharapova is number 24.
Williams is now ranked 183rd in the world after returning to the tour in March following the birth of her daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr, in September 2017.
"I don't think that you should have a protected ranking if you have a baby because it's your choice to have that baby", Watson said.
Dominika Cibulkova misses out on being seeded following Williams' elevation, a decision the Slovakian said would be unfair. He is set to play Edmund in Eastbourne later on Wednesday. "I think and I hope - and it should be under review - to change these rules".
The grand slam victor recently opened up to Vogue magazine about suffering serious health scares shortly after the birth of her daughter, Alexis Olympia. "You know, I've known Meghan for years, so it was good to see my friend happy", Williams said, adding that she put "a lot" of thought into what she wore for the wedding and following private reception. "For her, specifically, yeah, I'd seed Serena". "So I think that's why".