Serena Williams’ Daughter Olympia Ohanian Poses on a Toy Unicorn in a Polaroid Photo
Serena Williams' adorable daughter posed for a polaroid photo while riding on a pink blow-up unicorn for a unique throwback post on Instagram.
Serena Williams and her husband Alexis Ohanian are not the only people in their household using social media to keep themselves entertained while self-isolating in their mansion.
With an impressive following of over 600 000 people on Instagram, their two-year-old daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr has been sharing a few of her own adorable snaps.
In a recent post, Olympia was pictured posing in a polaroid photo. The throwback picture that didn't go too far back in time for the toddler as it noted in its caption:
"Throwback to five minutes ago."
Olympia is pictured sitting on a pink blow-up unicorn as she smiled for the camera while holding another polaroid picture in her hand.
Television personality Katie Couric had no words for the post but showed her adoration with some affectionate emojis.
Katie Couric commented on a polaroid photo of Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr posing on a pink blow-up unicorn | Source: instagram/olympiaohanian
Within weeks of the first cases of coronavirus being confirmed in the United States, Serena announced that she would be going into a 6-week self-isolation with her family. In using her platform to raising awareness in the importance people saying at home, she explained:
"I've been staying at home and practicing social distancing. I want to make sure I'm doing my part during these uncertain times."
While encouraging people that they can take action in helping control the pandemic from a place as simple as a couch she said, "your actions matter and to #stayhome is one thing we can do to flatten the curve."
The tennis champion also thanked the people who are looking after their community members from outside their homes.
Her message to the public comes only days after her husband shared a touching tribute to medical professionals saving lives amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Alexis thanked them for the work they are doing in putting their lives at risk and leaving their own families to be on the front line in protecting citizens around the world.