Serena Williams' Husband Alexis Ohanian Shares Video of Daughter Olympia 'Building' Her Own Droid at Disney World
Last month, Serena Williams and her husband Alexis Ohanian celebrated her 38th birthday at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. The trip was their 2-year-old daughter Olympia's "first trip to Walt Disney World."
In September, Tennis star Serena Williams and her husband Alexis Ohanian took their daughter, Olympia to Disney World. They spent the day enjoying the rides and experiences the theme park has to offer.
The trip was part of Serena's birthday celebrations. Now Ohanian took to social media to share yet another glimpse into a special moment he shared with his daughter during the trip.
He posted a video showing him helping his daughter build a droid in Disney World. The little girl and her dad appeared to be wrapped up in their task.
"One of my proudest moments as a dad yet was watching @olympiaohanian get excited about building her own R-series droid, wielding the power-screwdriver with both gusto and precision. Well done 💸 @Disney 🎥 @driamusic," read the caption of his post.
Serena also seemed focused on helping the pair. Ohanian who is the co-founder of Reddit is a self-proclaimed tech-lover and it appears that Olympia might be following in his footsteps.
Fans found the video and Ohanian's proud caption ultra-cute. They flooded the post with admiration for the happy family.
The post was liked over two hundred and twenty thousand times. Fans took to the comments section to express their thoughts about the father-daughter bonding moment.
"Very proud you should be! Very fun," commented one fan. Another added, "Did nerd just edge out athlete? Too soon to tell, lol keep the Double O updates coming."
Ohanian and his little girl are often pictured together. Especially when they attend tennis matches to support Serena.
Last year, after she lost the Wimbledon title, Ohanian penned a heartfelt letter to support her. In the letter, he recalled nearly losing her after she gave birth to their daughter and how she fought her way back to health.
“We just wanted her to survive—10 months later, she's in the #Wimbledon final,” revealed Ohanian in his post.