Serena Williams is body grand slammin’!

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Serena Williams put her incredible body on display in a new campaign for Stuart Weitzman (Photo: Serena Williams/Instagram)
Serena Williams put her incredible body on display in a new campaign for Stuart Weitzman (Photo: Serena Williams/Instagram)

Serena Williams just set the ’Gram alight with her sizzling hot latest post.

In three behind-the-scenes shots taken from a recent photoshoot, she showed off her incredibly toned legs, arms and, well, everything in a pair of red-hot boots and a black leotard. 

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These boots

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Are made

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For walking @stuartweitzman

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She captioned the shots, “These Boots . . . Are Made . . . For Walking.”

The tennis champ and mom-of-one was strutting her stuff for designer shoe label Stuart Weitzman, for whom she’s the global spokeswoman.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell and actor Jamie Foxx were among the many of fans who gushed over the star.

“Forget the boots. That body is perfect,” one fan wrote while another said simply, “THIS WOMAN.” 

As you might imagine, the 39-year-old works hard for that rock-hard bod. 

In May, she shared some of her workout routine in a video with her sister Venus (40), which showed them doing a 30-minute modified yoga routine as a warm-up before Serena went off to do some cardio. 

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Watch my workout with venus @venuswilliams

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In July, Serena served up a TikTok video in which she did a weighted workout that included interval ladder training, weighted jump squats, box jumps, a casual series of plank variations and more. 

In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar UK, Serena opened up about being body-shamed for her muscles, saying people – including some of her competitors – often thought she was “born a guy”.

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Serena Williams has been criticised for her muscular physique in the past (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)

“It was hard for me,” she admitted. “People would say I was born a guy, all because of my arms, or because I’m strong. I was different to Venus: she was thin and tall and beautiful, and I am strong and muscular – and beautiful, but, you know, it was just totally different.”

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Sources: womenshealthmag.com, Instagram, stylecaster.com

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