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Serena Williams “will spend the next 6 weeks in solitude” in the midst of the coronavirus crisis

Serena Williams “will spend the next 6 weeks in solitude” in the midst of the coronavirus crisis while telling everyone to stay safe: “This is serious”

Serena Williams isn’t taking any risks.

The professional tennis player and the mother of her two-year-old daughter Alexis Olympia went to Instagram on Friday morning with a sublime video selfie of herself who was putting on make-up to look very glam, but the caption alongside was completely different.

“Spending the next 6 weeks in solitude,” wrote Serena, 38. ‘Be a wife. Being a mom. Cooking. Cleaning. Spring cleaning. Face mask. Makeup tutorial.

Taking some free time: Serena Williams passed on Instagram Friday morning with a sublime selfie video of herself making up to look glam, but her message alongside was of a different nature

“I’ll let you know how it goes …” he concluded, before adding the desire to “stay safe everyone. This is serious. ‘

In the wonderful video, Serena sits in a makeup station, where an invisible artist defines and shapes her nose.

Williams has straight hair and straight against the head, in an elegant side touch.

She has heavy lashes and eye makeup and gorgeous matte lips, which she kisses together before the end of the video.

A kiss for her followers: in the beautiful video, Serena has heavy eyelashes and eye makeup and gorgeous matte lips, which she kisses together before the video ends

A kiss for her followers: in the beautiful video, Serena has heavy eyelashes and eye makeup and gorgeous matte lips, which she kisses together before the video ends

The post comes after Williams’ appearance in Project Runway’s final Thursday evening episode on Bravo, where she was guest judge alongside the perennial PR fashionist Nina Garcia, new judge Elaine Welteroth and new show host Karlie Kloss.

Serena has posted a Boomerang image of the TV show on Instagram Story, showing the women above doing a can-can kick with the caption “how we feel …”

Serena, who shares her daughter with her husband (and Reddit co-founder) Alexis Ohanian, released a charming selfie of her and her adorable baby girl on Thursday, and it’s fair to say that the tennis star is taking some time to herself of concern not only for her own well-being, but for that of her family.

The post comes after Williams appeared in Project Runway's final Thursday evening episode on Bravo, where she was a guest judge.

The post comes after Williams appeared in Project Runway’s final Thursday evening episode on Bravo, where she was a guest judge.

Serena’s decision comes as the world faces an unprecedented global health crisis, with virtually every single major event, function, performance or other cause for meetings of a large number of people canceled or postponed for the foreseeable future.

It’s all in an attempt to stem the spread of the highly contagious coronavirus, which leads to the potentially serious respiratory disorder COVID-19.

The original Project Runway host Heidi Klum, who now judges America’s Got Talent, fell ill this week, although on Friday morning she announced through her Instagram Story that she still does not know if it is related to the epidemic and that so far is not able to be tested, despite his best efforts with two doctors.

U.S. President Donald Trump will meet on Friday with key executives from laboratory companies to discuss efforts to speed up testing for the virus, two sources informed on the matter, as the outbreak spread.

Gorgeous: Serena posted a selfie of her and her adorable little girl on Thursday as well, and it's fair to say that the tennis star is taking some time to worry about the well-being of her family

Gorgeous: Serena posted a selfie of her and her adorable little girl on Thursday as well, and it’s fair to say that the tennis star is taking some time to worry about the well-being of her family

Get well soon: Project Runway's original host, Heidi Klum, got sick this week, although on Friday morning she announced through her Instagram Story that she still doesn't know if it's related to the epidemic

Get well soon: Project Runway’s original host, Heidi Klum, got sick this week, although on Friday morning she announced through her Instagram Story that she still doesn’t know if it’s related to the epidemic

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