Serena Williams' Daughter Olympia Wears Long Blue Dress as She Plays with Balloons in New Photo
Serena Williams daughter, Olympia, melted the hearts of her followers with a new adorable photo that showed her in a long blue dress, as she played with balloons.
Serena Williams daughter, Olympia Ohanian, is a cute little girl, and beautiful like her mother. In a new post on the 2-year-old girl's Instagram account, she melted the hearts of her followers.
OLYMPIA IS PRETTY IN A BLUE DRESS
Olympia looked adorable in a long blue gown with her hair held up in a bun. She held with her left hand, a ribbon holding six white balloons with a splash of color inside them, as she played in an open field.
The photo got captioned with six-balloon emojis, and the little girl's followers gushed about how cute she looked. One person wrote, "So beautiful." With another commenting, "So cute; she's growing up so fast."
TWINNING WITH MOM
In an earlier post days before, Olympia and Serena twinned in a matching black outfit comprising of t-shirts, tutu skirts with a rainbow waistband, and white patterns, black and pink colored sneakers, and high buns.
I usually prefer to play in the day because I get to go home to see my baby… my heart literally hurts when I'm not around her
The tennis star wrote alongside a post of the look on Instagram,
"We love twinning so much, [that] I slipped into a star tutu outfit… to match hers. What can I say, I am a kid at heart."
The mother-daughter duo who are quite the fashionistas equally wore matching pink one-piece swimsuits while Summer lasted. Serena posed smiling for a photo, standing behind her little girl who wore a more serious look but still looked cute.
SERENA WISHES FOR MORE TIME
The tennis player/fashion designer shares her daughter with her husband, Alexis Ohanian. The couple welcomed the little girl in 2017, and on September 1st, she turned two. Serena, who doesn't celebrate birthdays because of her faith as a Jehovah Witness, wrote a touching tribute for Olympia on Instagram. She wrote,
"The last two years has been my greatest achievement."
Despite those words, the 23-Grand Slam winner often feels like she's not doing enough as a mother, and wishes she spends more time with her daughter. During US Open, Serena said in an interview with Forbes,
"I usually prefer to play in the day because I get to go home to see my baby… my heart literally hurts when I'm not around her."
On the bright side, mother and daughter, are making tons of memories together and will continue to do so, whenever they get the chance.