Williams sisters in SA via Newser  http://www.newser.com/article/da184v6o0/serena-and-venus-williams-to-visit-south-africa-play-each-other-in-exhibition.html

Williams sisters in SA via Newser http://www.newser.com/article/da184v6o0/serena-and-venus-williams-to-visit-south-africa-play-each-other-in-exhibition.html

Its better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all!

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Its better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all!

Teabow and the Williams Sisters. They look decent

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Richard Williams, the man who molded Serena and her older sister Venus into the tennis stars they are today, suffered a stroke. Lakeisha Williams confirmed her husband fell ill last week before his daughter’s 22nd Grand Slam win. Lakeisha told Radar Online the tennis coach was hospitalized and released after his stroke but he has been dealing …

Richard Williams, the man who molded Serena and her older sister Venus into the tennis stars they are today, suffered a stroke. Lakeisha Williams confirmed her husband fell ill last week before his daughter’s 22nd Grand Slam win. Lakeisha told Radar Online the tennis coach was hospitalized and released after his stroke but he has been dealing …

July 11 J.K Rowling responds to a remark on Twitter about Serena Williams’s appearance following the Wimbledon champion's sixth victory. The author had tweeted her support for Williams in the final match of the tournament and, when somebody commented on her physique, Rowling responded with a picture of Williams telling the Twitter user, "You're an idiot."

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July 11 J.K Rowling responds to a remark on Twitter about Serena Williams’s appearance following the Wimbledon champion's sixth victory. The author had tweeted her support for Williams in the final match of the tournament and, when somebody commented on her physique, Rowling responded with a picture of Williams telling the Twitter user, "You're an idiot."

When a queen cheers on a queen, one of them is sure to get crowned again. Beyoncé and husband Jay...

Beyoncé & Jay Z Cheer on Serena Williams at Wimbledon

When a queen cheers on a queen, one of them is sure to get crowned again. Beyoncé and husband Jay...

#Brava Serena Conquers MIAMI for 6th Record-Breaking & Hisory-Making Win!.......Serena Beats Maria Sharapova 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 to become the Most successful woman player in history of the Sony Open held in Miami, FL! Serena no longer shares the record of most wins with Steffi Graf, it's Steffi's husband Andre Agassi that matches Serena's 6X victories. Except in WTA, Serena stands alone as the Greatest female player Of All-Time in Miami. #GREATNESS

#Brava Serena Conquers MIAMI for 6th Record-Breaking & Hisory-Making Win!.......Serena Beats Maria Sharapova 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 to become the Most successful woman player in history of the Sony Open held in Miami, FL! Serena no longer shares the record of most wins with Steffi Graf, it's Steffi's husband Andre Agassi that matches Serena's 6X victories. Except in WTA, Serena stands alone as the Greatest female player Of All-Time in Miami. #GREATNESS

Detail from a daguerreotype of Jeremiah and Venus Tilghman, ca. 1850. Husband and wife, the Tilghmans were slaves belonging to Col. Benedict William Hall of Baltimore when this image was made. Courtesy of the Maryland Historical Society. | Maryland Genealogical Society

Detail from a daguerreotype of Jeremiah and Venus Tilghman, ca. 1850. Husband and wife, the Tilghmans were slaves belonging to Col. Benedict William Hall of Baltimore when this image was made. Courtesy of the Maryland Historical Society. | Maryland Genealogical Society

Located 2015 in the Lower Corridor of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. White Marble Bust of the Venus d’Arles made by William Theed  in 1856. The full-length marble statue of Venus of Arles, was the inspiration for this Bust of Venus, goddess of love. Her head is downcast & her wavy hair is tied up with ribbons. Bought by Prince Albert (1819-1861) Germany, husband of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Located 2015 in the Lower Corridor of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. White Marble Bust of the Venus d’Arles made by William Theed in 1856. The full-length marble statue of Venus of Arles, was the inspiration for this Bust of Venus, goddess of love. Her head is downcast & her wavy hair is tied up with ribbons. Bought by Prince Albert (1819-1861) Germany, husband of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

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