Serena Eiffel Paris Cleavage: Serena Williams Brings Cleavage To Paris, Poses In Front Of Eiffel Tower

Serena visited the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and showed off some major cleavage in a photo that is making the rounds on the internet this weekend. According to The SpreadIt, Williams wore a pair of over-the-ear headphones, and a trench coat that was positioned perfectly to show off her bosom. While the tennis star is in terrific shape, she does admit that she gets self-conscious sometimes, but she has learned to embrace her curves.

“I’m a normal woman – I can get self-conscious. But I think that is just natural for women to feel that way. I have learned to be proud of my curves and to embrace them. It’s important to love who you are and realize that you’re beautiful, no matter what society says,” Serena said during a recent interview.

Serena’s Eiffel Paris cleavage pic isn’t the only one that has gotten major attention lately. She has been steaming up Instagram with some pretty sexy photos for a couple of weeks now. According to Mail Online, William’s Eiffel Tower photo was tasteful and sexy, which is a great combination.

“While standing in front of the iconic Eiffel Tower the brunette beauty posed while flashing a generous amount of cleavage from the neckline of her belted khaki rain mac. She wore her long brunette tresses hanging down in loose curls and had her face fully done up with filled in eyebrows, smoky eyeshadow and glossy pink lips.”

And Serena has been getting tons of support from fans on social media, many of whom admire her for owning her body, and being proud of who she is.

Serena Williams body is so toned and her booty is beyond compare.

— Nilsssaaa (@Nilssssaaaa) November 22, 2014

@serenawilliams your hot

— Jayden Burger (@JaydenJonguuuh) November 21, 2014

Serena Williams tends to be very outspoken, and isn’t afraid to speak up for what she believes. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Serena recently made headlines when she slammed a Russian official for making “sexist and racist” remarks.

“I thought they were very insensitive and extremely sexist as well as racist at the same time. I thought they were in a way bullying. I’ve done the best that I can do, and that’s all I can say. So I just wasn’t very happy with his comments. I think a lot of people weren’t happy as well … but the WTA and the USTA did a wonderful job of making sure that in this day and age, 2014, for someone with his power, it’s really unacceptable to make such bullying remarks.”

[Photo courtesy of Serena Williams / Instagram]