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September 07, 2018

Serena Williams steals hearts with photo of daughter in miniature version of mom's black tutu

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Tennis player Serena Williams took to Instagram to share a photo of her daughter wearing a smaller version of her outfit while pushing a tiny pink stroller. 

In the post, baby Olympia was looking at the camera a bit surprised while wearing a long-sleeved shirt, a black tutu, and white shoes. Apart from her beautiful head full of curly hair, the aspect that attracted more attention was the little pink stroller she was pushing.

For the caption, the proud mother wrote: “Did Momma win?” as if her girl was asking that. As soon as Serena uploaded that picture, her followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

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One of them was Instagram user Veronica Vorbau, who pointed out that Olympia was as beautiful as her talented mother.

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THE ANSWER IS: YES

Serena’s caption was related to the semi-finals match of the U.S. Open held on September 6 where she played against Anastasija Sevastova. Serena won and advanced to the finals.

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SHE WAS WEARING A SMALLER VERSION OF HER MOTHER’S OUTFIT

As People reported, the clothes that Olympia was wearing in that photo is the version for toddlers of Serena’s black tulle dress created for her byOff-Whit designer Virgil Abloh for her first match at the U.S. Open last week.

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Apart from Olympia’s dress, she also put on a pair of Nike X Off-White Blazers shoes from the collection inspired by Williams. Those sneakers were specially made for Olympia.

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THE GIRL IN A DIFFERENT OUTFIT

Olympia’s father, Alexis Ohanian, recently took to Instagram to share a photo of his daughter wearing a cute camo and floral dress. The toddler was standing in a green yard that, according to the location tag, was in Central Park, New York.

In the caption, the Reddit co-founder pointed out that Olympia changed their lives one year ago, finally naming her “my adventure princess.”

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