Alexis Ohanian, Serena Williams
Serena Williams wants Alexi Ohanian to chill when it comes to buying clothes for their daughter. Pictured: Ohanian, Williams attend the MET Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2017 in New York City. Getty Images/Dimitrios Kambouris

Serena Williams recently called out her fiancé, Alexis Ohanian, for spoiling their 10-week-old daughter, Alexis Olympia, a little too much.

On Saturday, the professional tennis player professed her love for Ohanian but said that he has been buying their daughter too much clothing. Williams said that if the father of her child buys another piece of clothing for Alexis Olympia, she will already explode.

Ohanian proposed to Williams in 2016 in New York City by organizing a lavish girls’ weekend for her and her friends. According to People, the treat included spa treatments, tea brunches and more. Williams’ sister, Venus, her friends Lala, Anthony and Ciara, were also present at the party.

The couple first met in Rome by chance. The Reddit co-founder decided to propose to Williams on the same spot where they met the first time. Months later, Williams found out that she’s expecting a baby so she asked her fiancé to fly to Australia. While there, she handed him a bag filled with positive pregnancy tests, and they were both surprised that they would become parents.

“If you would have told me last year in October or November that I would have a baby, not be pregnant but have a baby, I would have thought you were the biggest liar in the world. This is kind of how I am right now. This is happening sooner than later, and it’s going by so fast,” she told Vanity Fair.

According to US Weekly, Williams gave birth to her daughter on Sept. 1 at St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. The professional athlete checked in at the hospital two days before giving birth. Alexis Olympia arrived around the same time that the U.S. Open tennis tournament took place. As a result, Williams missed the event for the first time since 1998.

But tournament director Craig Tiley told Sports Illustrated that Williams will return to the competition next year. “Serena will be back,” he said. Tiley added that Williams may participate in the Jan. 15 to 28 events.