Serena Williams Admits Her Daughter Olympia Is a 'Wild Child' in Adorable Video Ad

Oyin Balogun
Apr 05, 2019
09:49 A.M.
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Olympia Ohanian is a "wild child" and her mother, Serena Williams loves every bit of it! It is rare to have parents admit that they have a "wild child," but in this advertisement, the golf legend details all the reasons why she loves her daughter as she is. 

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Serena Williams and husband Alexis Ohanian welcomed their one-year-old daughter, Olympia in 2017. The toddler who is now big enough to walk and run around seems to be catching all the fun that she needs and more. 

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In an advert for "Pampers," shared on Youtube, baby Olympia could be seen cutely running and giggling around the house as her mother kept glancing her way. The golf star later picked her baby up, as she continued speaking into the camera about her reasons for loving her child (who is a wild child) just the way she is. 

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The mother of one also confessed that she could relate to her child because she is also the same. She further went ahead to tell parents that have a wild child to embrace it and make the most of it. 

The doting mother ended the video with her humping and jumping hand in hand with her daughter.

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The 37-year-old took to her Instagram page to share a clip of the advert and an exciting message for her fans, she wrote, 

"I’m officially joining the @PampersUS family because #Cruisers360 FIT is the only diaper I’ve found that can keep up with @OlympiaOhanian and her wild moves.  Olympia is super-active (just like her mama). I never know what she’ll do next, but I love it because that’s how babies learn and grow! Who else has a “wild child”? Show us that you’re proud of your wild ones too. #PampersPartner  #WildChild"

In a phone interview the mother of one had with "Romper," she shared more details about her interest in the advert and why it was important to be a part of the "wild child" campaign initiated by Pampers. 

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According to her, it is exciting to raise a "wild child" because those kind of kids are curious and are eager to learn and grow as they go. She also spoke on the double standard associated with having a wild child.

"With a boy, it's, 'Oh, of course, he’s supposed to be active!' but with a girl, it’s, 'Oh, they’re just sweet.' But there should be no difference," she says.

Olympia is genuinely perfect the way she is, and we can't wait to see her become the next fierce Serena.

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