See Muhammad Ali's Grandkids Sydney & Curtis' Big Brown Eyes like Their Grandpa in TBT Photos
Muhammad Ali's grandkids, Curtis and Sydney, looked lovely in a throwback photo their star mom, Laila Ali, shared on social media. The pair looked cute, showing brown eyes they got from their legendary granddad.
Former pro boxer Laila Ali uploaded some old-time photos showing heart-melting images of her kids, Curtis and Sydney, when they were way younger. The pair pulled at heartstrings on the timeline.
The first photo presented a radiant-looking Laila sitting with her oldest son, who held some resemblance to his late grandfather, Muhammad Ali. The star mom had a smile on her face while cradling her little boy.
The next slide was even more heartwarming, showing Curtis with his baby sister, Sydney. The pair showed off their big brown eyes similar to that of the legendary Muhammad Ali. Their mom gushed with red heart emojis:
World boxing champion Muhammad Ali's lifetime was filled with impressive deeds that summed up his legacy. Outside leaving behind wealth for his family, the star also left his ideology towards life.
To this end, his daughter, Laila, made sure to pass down some of his values to her children. Once in an interview, Laila talked about how she had learned a great deal of compassion.
The light-heavyweight star noted that she hoped the kids took a different path when it comes to sports.
The former sports pro noted that her dad was not verbal with teaching humanitarian values, but his actions were there for all to see. Laila emphasized the need to start teaching compassion from home.
She noted that the home was the most important element to teach people how to show love in the society. The star worked with Feeding America for ten years, where her passion for humanity was fueled.
With an active sports history and being married to former NFL star Curtis Conway, many would think Laila's kids would walk the path of sports. However, the boxing champ has another perspective concerning her kids' future.
When asked if she would want her kids to follow in her footsteps, Laila, 43, mentioned that she did not want that. The light-heavyweight star noted that she hoped the kids took a different path when it comes to sports.
Laila relayed that there was no pressure on her children to be involved in organized sports just because she and her spouse were athletes. However, being active in sporting activities was necessary to keep a healthy lifestyle.