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A heavily pregnant Serena Williams had to ask her followers for tips on 'how to turn over at night'

She’s human after all!

Poster in background....

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SERENA WILLIAMS IS currently very, very pregnant and like many pregnant women before her, she is beginning to experience a certain amount of mobility issues.

Particularly in bed.

Last night, the tennis great sent a tweet asking her followers for advice on how she might best turn over at night.

“Any tips on how to turn over at night?” she wrote. “I’m having trouble turning from going from my left… to my right… to my left side.”

The revelation that even Serena Williams, one of the greatest tennis players of all time, experiences difficulty moving was comforting to some.

If an iconic athlete is having this issue, then us mere mortals can pretty much kick back and relax.

wr Source: Kelly/Twitter

em Source: Emily Lindin/Twitter

amdna Source: Amanda Lane/Twitter

The advice poured in. Invest in a body pillow, get out of the bed, get your partner to push you over, sleep on silk sheets…

owen Source: Owen Smith/Twitter

While others just encouraged her to use her tennis prowess.

ja Source: @JaVanka Must Go/Twitter

Seriously, though. Get a body pillow, girl, and don’t let go.

serena Source: Serena Williams/Instagram

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