Serena Williams' Daughter Olympia Appears Taller in Photo as She Wears Pink Sweater & Blue Pants
Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. appeared taller than usual in a new photo that was shared with her doll’s Instagram page.
Although she’s only 2-years-old, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. has started showing signs of being a fashionista.
The tot’s doll, Qai Qai, reminded fans of her owner’s genes when it shared a picture of Olympia carrying her.
In the image, Olympia appeared taller as she walked with Qai Qai in her left hand, and her hair done up in a bun.
The 2-year-old rocked a pink sweater, blue jeans, pink socks, and shiny gold shoes as her doll lamented in the caption:
“not how I imagined being carried into the weekend.”
Fans of the doll didn’t hesitate in liking the post as they pointed out that it was better to be carried than dragged.
Somebody even asked if it wasn’t better for her to be carried than left on the floor, which was its usual place.
The post came days after Olympia’s mother, Serena Williams, had revealed that her daughter didn’t care about her fame as a tennis star.
Following her win in the singles event in Auckland, her first ATP title since giving birth, the 38-year-old had told The Sun that:
“I hadn’t been able to win as a mum before. I had been close. So this was special for me and for her – I hope. Sadly, she didn’t know what it meant. She only cares about Play Doh and that’s about it.”
That, however, doesn’t mean that Serena doesn’t love being the little girl’s mother. In fact, the tennis legend mentioned that she was satisfied that her daughter’s friends recognized her as Olympia’s mother.
The mother-of-one has often shown her pride in Olympia on social media. Back in December 2019, Hollywood Life shared that Serena had uploaded a cute video of her daughter as she helped out with chores.
In the clip, a track about Cinderella boomed from speakers as Olympia wiped off the glass with the sponge in her hand.
Meanwhile, Serena had made Today headlines after she revealed that she was donating the $43,000 prize from New Zealand win to Australian bushfire relief efforts.
The winner of 23 Grand Slam singles titles had been celebrated by fans and celebrities alike when the news became public.