December 30, 2020
Serena Williams shared a brand new selfie looking heavenly as she posed alongside a beautiful painting made by the popular artist Noah Davis who passed away in January 2020.
It looks like blondes do have more fun. As of late, tennis superstar Serena Williams has been delighting her fans with photos of herself rocking a blonde mane, and she is owning the look.
Williams treated her fans with yet another photo of herself flaunting her gorgeous hair. This time, she posed alongside a beautiful artwork by the late artist, Noah Davis.
Davis was a long-term confidante of Williams and her sister, Venus. The painting featured in the photo captured an intimate moment between a Black couple.
Through her platform, Williams uses her voice to fight for the issues that really matter.
Willaims looked like a work of art herself. Not only her hair but her makeup was also on fleek. Some said she looked liked her cute daughter Olympia Ohanian in the photo.
Williams is already training her daughter for greatness. In 2020, netizens enjoyed a series of photos from their tennis sessions where Olympia looked like she was ready to claim her mother's throne.
Williams is not training Olympia herself, but she did sign her up for tennis lessons. As for her own tennis career, she feels like it is a small play in the whole scheme of things.
Through her platform, Williams uses her voice to fight for the issues that really matter, like promoting marginalized voices through her inclusive fashion label and her venture capital firm.
And her greatest inspiration is Olympia. As a busy mom, she keeps a tight schedule, and her husband, Alexis Ohanian, helps her out by taking care of their daughter.
If she has a meeting, Williams lets Olympia listen in, which she thinks is important. As a result, she and her daughter have grown pretty close and she hopes the little one will learn from her.
Amid the pandemic, Williams got to spend more time with Olympia, which reflected on her Instagram posts. The duo played dress up, baked, played tennis, and had a ball together.
Williams hopes her daughter will grow up in a better world than she did. She wants to see a society where girls will want to play office and dress in suits as much as they love playing princesses.