Serena Williams' daughter has fun with 'daughter' Qai Qai & dog while riding a toy car in photos
Serena Williams’ daughter, Olympia Ohanian is probably the world’s busiest one-year-old. We knew she had a “daughter,” Qai Qai, but who knew she also gave rides to cute puppies?
Olympia was spotted out and about in her purple and pink toy car with a “princess” license plate, no doubt. In the passenger seat was none other than Qai Qai in her usual pink jacket. Olympia also played host to a fluffy puppy who appeared content to sit in her lap.
The cute photo was shared to Olympia’s Twitter page managed by “Mama,” tennis star Serena Williams, and “Papa,” Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, with an appropriate caption, “Squad Goals.”
Alexis, 35, shared another version of the photo on his Instagram page showing a woman believed to be Serena, pulling the princess car.
Fans of the power couple were happy to see Qai Qai in the car, and not under it, as little Olympia already has a reputation for gross negligence.
Only about two weeks ago, Serena, 37, shared a sad photo of poor Qai Qai with an arm and a leg cast, and a pair of crutches.
The brown doll has also been found, many times, stuck under furniture, left at the mercy of the dog, or dropped off carelessly by Olympia. Hopefully, Qai Qai finds all the love she needs from her over 31,000 Instagram followers.
While Olympia is not turning out to be the best “mom” for her toy baby, the tot is warming up to be the next big thing in Tennis. After flaunting a miniature version of her mom’s U.S. Open tutu costume early last month, Olympia was spotted last week in a similar White one. This time, her message was clear, as she held onto a tennis ball.
Proud mom, Serena, left her ambitious tot a glowing message in the post:
"I will always protect you. I will always stand up for you. I will always guide you. I will always be with you you [sic]. I was put here to be your mom. I love you like nothing I’ve ever loved before. I thank Jehovah everyday for you. Your momma."
Serena’s caption will also remind fans of her religious beliefs. A few days to Olympia’s first birthday last month, the athlete, fully supported by her husband, told journalists:
"Olympia doesn't celebrate birthdays. We're Jehovah's Witnesses, so we don't do that."
As we previously reported, Jehovah’s Witnesses are a Christian group that does not celebrate birthdays because of the belief that it has pagan roots and is displeasing to God.