Serena Williams played a fun game of peek-a-boo with her 2-year-old daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. on June 4! The tennis legend shared a snap of Olympia hiding in a colorful ball pit, and it’s the cutest thing you’ll see all day!
Bonding! Serena Williams is enjoying quality time with her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian, Jr. while quarantining in Florida with husband, Alexis Ohanian Sr. The 23-time Grand Slam champion took to Instagram on Thursday to share a new photo of her 2-year-old daughter playing in a rainbow ball pit. Olympia’s pictured lounging in a play pit with a portion of her tiny face poking out of a colorful sea of plastic balls.
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Serena, 38, shared the new snap of her daughter without a caption. But, a photo that cute speaks for itself! Olympia’s aunt, Tennis pro Venus Williams shared a sweet message about her little sis and niece in the comments. “I love her and her mother too much!” she wrote.
Serena Williams and daughter Olympia on the runway during New York Fashion Week in September 2019. (Photo credit: Stephen Lovekin/Shutterstock)
Serena’s busy schedule often keeps her multitasking between family, career and business. Therefore, this time at home with her daughter and husband must be truly special. She’s been bonding with Olympia, and even shared a video of the mother-daughter duo’s morning routine on May 22.
The athlete posted a 6-minute video of her skincare routine alongside Olympia, who mimicked her every move. The pair wore matching floral pajamas as they cleansed their faces and joked around before heading to grandma’s house. “Morning y’all! We’re doing our morning routine, and it’s just so fun because this little baby girl pretty much does everything I do,” Serena said in the video, captioned, “My mornings.”
Serena gave a relatable glimpse inside her life as a mom. “For all y’all who thought I was Superwoman, I actually am when it comes to changing,” she told the camera after getting Olympia dressed for the day. “She’s doing so many things on her own now — it’s wild.”