September 20, 2019
Serena Williams and her daughter, Olympia Ohanian turned heads at the beach with their matching neon pink swimsuits with the cutest inscriptions on them.
Serena Williams and her daughter, Olympia Ohanian rocked the cutest swimsuits during their recent beach outing. As the sun shined on them, their matching neon pink suits glowed with the most adorable messages scribbled on them.
It’s been a busy week for Serena who recently concluded her US Open stint in New York. Though she lost to Bianca Andreescu in the finals, she soon after won fans’ hearts when she featured her S by Serena line at New York Fashion Week.
Serena was joined by her 2-year-old who matched her mother in black during her runway debut. However, she didn’t seem as ecstatic about modeling as her the tennis legend. She was spotted looking sleepy under the limelight.
It would seem that mother and daughter needed a much-needed break after which is probably why they were next spotted at the beach. They showed up coordinated in their too-cute-for-words swimwear with the hippest labels scrawled across them. Serena’s read, “the shady one” while Olympia’s read, “wild child.”
"You know, it's hard. Sometimes my heart literally aches when I'm not around her,”
The captionless photo Serena shared on her Instagram earned raves from her followers who flooded her comments section with the words “cute” and lots of heart emojis. It was easy to see why they had so much love for this family. They always deliver the cutest Instagram posts.
The last time Serena shared a photo of her and Olympia, they were spending quality time in the midst of the US Open. Prior to that, they twinned in matching S sweatshirts while duplicating each other’s poses to kick off her run at Wimbledon.
The tennis superstar is seriously giving every athlete mom a run for their money with her dedication to her daughter while competing in the hardcourt. It’s no surprise since she always spoke of how important her daughter is to her since the day she was born.
In August, she shared her pain every time she has to leave the little girl for work.
"You know, it's hard. Sometimes my heart literally aches when I'm not around her,” she told Forbes during the US Open. “But, you know, it's good for me, I guess, to keep working and just to all moms out there that it's not easy. It's really kind of painful sometimes.”
Serena adds that tournaments are the “toughest.”
“In tournament schedule, it's totally different, so I'm kind of pushed out of my usual day-to-day life. Oh, my God, I'm not with her. That's been the most, I mean, 'the' toughest thing I have ever dealt with in my career."
Luckily for Serena, on days when she’s not joining tournaments, she gets to rearrange her schedule to accommodate enough time for Olympia.