Cute: Serena Williams had a '50s-inspired baby shower

Milkshake? The retro-clad ladies surrounded the expecting tennis pro- turning 36 next month- beside an old-fashioned red pick-up truck outside a restaurant called Nick's Diner

Milkshake? The retro-clad ladies surrounded the expecting tennis pro- turning 36 next month- beside an old-fashioned red pick-up truck outside a restaurant called Nick's Diner

According to E Online, the her 1950s-themed celebration took place at West Palm Beach's Nick's 50's Diner, which they turned into The Baby O' Diner ( a spin-off Williams' fiancé Alex Ohanian).

Joined by the likes of Ciara, Kelly Rowland, Eva Longoria and, of course, sister Venus, the Grand Slam champion stunned in a yellow Poodle skirt, black crop top, and classic set of pearls. We must also salute La La for channeling Rosie the Riveter with her outfit complete with blue checkered shirt, denim jeans and matching bandana.

Williams' sister, Venus Williams, also dressed to impress by wearing a black-and-white polka dot dress, and a red hat to match her red shoes.

The group posed for a number of photos posted on social media with the hashtag "ShakeRattleandRoll2017", including them standing by a red jukebox and a vintage pick-up truck.

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Williams and her fiance, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, are expecting some time in the fall. They became engaged in December.

'Obviously, she won the Australian Open while pregnant and she remarked that she feels like it has to be a little girl, because everything that little baby went through and handled like a champ, only a woman could be strong enough to take on'.

Shake, rattle and roll might not be the most soothing theme for a mama at her baby shower, but Serena Williams is no ordinary expectant mother.

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