August 18, 2019
Serena Williams’ daughter, Olympia Ohanian posed with her dad in a new cute picture posted on social media. The adorable two-year-old was dressed in cute polka dot jumpsuit, and pink-flowered cowboy boots as she captured hearts with her baby cuteness.
In a new Instagram post by Olympia Ohanian, the 2-year-old and her dad were featured having a father-daughter moment. The toddler showed off her adorable little face as her dad carried her.
Serena’s husband wore a black T.Shirt over red pants and a black baseball cap with the word, “OOPS” written on it.
The little girl, on the other hand, sported a polka dot jumpsuit with short arms and a pair of pink boots spotted with printed flowers. The image was captioned:
“I love my daddy.”
Fans took to the comment section to compliment the little girl, and her boots while tagging her as daddy’s little girl.
Olympia might be daddy’s little girl when it comes to showing off her modeling prowess on social media, but away from the camera, she is her mom’s workout buddy, and “after-match cooldown.”
A July post by the tennis star showed her on an exercise bike, with her two-year-old in her arms after a match in Wimbledon. The mother of one captioned the image:
The mother-daughter pair make the perfect sporting team.
Aside from sports, the pair also share a lot in common. For instance, the star once revealed that her daughter was also a partaker in her daily coconut oil beauty routine, which she uses for her skincare.
Since the birth of Olympia, the 37-year-old has experienced several medical complications, from blood clot complications to back spasms.
The tennis legend recently quit the rogers cup finals due to a back injury that hindered her from playing like the star player she is known as.
The 23-time grand slam champion was near tears as she addressed the crowd in Toronto, telling them that as much as she tried to keep up with the games, she just couldn’t do it.
Her withdrawal from the match has caused a scare to many of her fans, but the tennis player gave them the reassurance that she would pull through this feat.