Serena Williams Dresses up as Snow White While Cooking in a Hilarious TikTok Video
Serena Willaims recently shared a funny video dressed up as Snow White, while whipping something up in her kitchen.
While observing self-quarantine at home, Serena Williams decided to entertain both herself and her fans with a TikTok video posted on Instagram.
SERENA AS SNOW WHITE
The athlete dressed up as the classic Disney Princess Snow White for a cooking tutorial video in her kitchen.
“Speaking of hacks, my dress doesn’t fit it in the back.”
Together, the mother-daughter duo made home-made spaghetti in their kitchen.
She then turned and showed the unzipped costume that exposed the athlete’s back before popping her treats inside the microwave.
WORK FROM HOME
Despite being stuck at home, Williams makes it a point to practice and play her beloved sport, but this time on a solo level.
The tennis champ recently shared an Instagram video of herself hitting a tennis ball against the wall repeatedly as a challenge.
Williams credited Roger Federer for the challenge and the racquet she held. In the video, the mom-of-one said:
“When Roger challenged all of us, I knew I couldn’t let anyone down. I had to do this. I am on day three, or four, or five, I don’t know, all I know is I’m still doing this challenge.”
BABY OLYMPIA MAKES SPAGHETTI
Among the other things Williams did during the self-quarantine is bond with her daughter Olympia. Together, the mother-daughter duo made home-made spaghetti in their kitchen.
Williams shared a glimpse of their activity on social media, featuring a boomerang of the adorable toddler in a pink apron and pink chef’s hat while kneading dough.
Williams shares Olympia with her husband, Alexis Ohanian, who have both been hands-on in taking care of their daughter despite having busy careers.
Olympia, who was born in 2018, often appears on her parents’ social media accounts, but also has a verified Instagram account of her own.
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