Watch Serena Williams' Daughter Olympia Giving Qai Qai Doll a Banana Scalp Treatment
Olympia Ohanian's famous doll, Qai Qai, recently put smiles on the faces of her fans and followers with a new Instagram video.
If there's another person who benefits from Serena Wiliams' fame and wealth, it's her daughter's doll Qai Qai, who has been to different countries on luxurious travels.
OLYMPIA CLEANS QAI QAI
In a recently posted video on the doll's Instagram account, Olympia can be seen rubbing her toy's head with a banana and wiping it again with a kitchen towel.
The video gained several viewers who laughed at the toddler's adorable activity for the day with Qai Qai.
"I'm not sure this is abuse but I'm not sure it ain't. Qai blink if you need help," one fan quipped. "She's just trying to help you shine," another comment read.
Among their quarantine days are some spent in the kitchen, whipping up something to eat.
QAI QAI THE CELEBRITY DOLL
Qai Wai is, perhaps, Olympia's best friend and constant companion in almost everywhere she goes. The doll eventually reached fame as she posts of her luxurious life on her verified Instagram account.
Her travels include a trip to Abu Dhabi, New York, the White House, and great seats at the Australian Open. In 2019, the celebrity doll got her own interview with the Oprah Magazine's editor, Gayle King. When asked about self-care, Qai Qai said,
"Minding my business is my favorite form of self-care. When I make enough space to focus on myself and what I love, I no longer have room for self-doubt."
Olympia received her special doll from her mom because Williams "wanted her to have a black doll," given her mixed race.
The tennis champion hopes that her daughter will learn to love others and respect them regardless of their skin color, and having such a doll is the first step.
OLYMPIA'S QUARANTINE DAYS
The past few weeks have been special for Olympia and her mom as they bond over quarantine activities, most of which are shared on Instagram.
Among their quarantine days are some spent in the kitchen, whipping up something to eat. In one post, Olympia made spaghetti from scratch.
The toddler dressed up in a pink chef attire and kneaded the dough for the pasta. Although she certainly got help from her mom, Olympia seemed proud of her cooking achievement for the day.
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