Serena Williams talks to her 11-month-old daughter in French in recent video

Monica Otayza
Aug 03, 2018
08:03 A.M.
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Serena Williams' 11-month-old daughter Olympia has been exposed to so many aspects of life despite her young age, and now, her mother is teaching her to be bilingual as well! 


The 36-year-old tennis superstar shared an adorable video of herself trying to speak French to her little girl on Instagram, which just proves how smart Olympia will eventually be given her mother and father exposing her to other cultures and languages at such an early age. 

In the video, William could be heard saying "wash your hands" to her daughter, who is hilariously playing with the water in their dog's water bowl. 


The Wimbledon champion continues to speak in French, telling Olympia not to use their dog's water to wash her hands, jokingly saying "oh la la!".

Over her story, she writes "Now I have to give her a bath". 

Aside from speaking to her in French, Serena has exposed Olympia to some European culture last month, when she and her husband Alexis Ohanian, 35, took Olympia to Venezia, Italy all because she was craving for Italian food. 


Posting about the amusing event, Ohanian captioned his Instagram post with "She wanted Italian for dinner so...", which featured Williams sipping on a glass of wine. 

Of course, the lovely family made sure to tour Venice in the best way possible - through a Gondola. Alexis, who is the co-founder of Reddit, shared a shot from their gondola ride where he and his lovely wife could be seen taking in the beautiful views of the city at night. 


Serena has been taking motherhood very seriously, and Entertainment Tonight has shared how Serena has not spent a day without Alexis Ohanian Jr. by her side since she was born on September 1, 2017. The 36-year-old mother recently revealed through a sweet anecdote that of the 319 days of Olympia on Earth, she has spent all 319 days with her. 

The post comes a week after the tennis superstar lost to Angelique Kerber in the Wimbledon Ladies' Single Finals in London, England, which was her first Wimbledon since giving birth to her daughter.