- Serena Williams and her daughter Olympia have continued to share mother and daughter goals to the delight of fans
- Olympia was seen rocking her mother’s Australian Open wear as she looks surprisingly perfect for the tennis court
- The child was spotted in a black, red and pink Nike catsuit, an exact replica of the one-legged outfit Williams wore in February
Serena Williams’ daughter Olympia has rocked her mother’s Australian Open wear as she looked perfect for the tennis court, Page Six reports.
The 3-year-old has continued to replicate everything about her mother with proud parent Serena stunned to see her mini-me.
On Wednesday, dad Alexis Ohanian posted photos of the tot wearing a black, red and pink Nike catsuit, an exact replica of the one-legged outfit Williams wore in February to defeat Belarus’ Aryna Sabalenka on day seven of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
Despite the cute content, it seems Williams, 39, wasn’t happy with the photoshoot. She said:
“Awwwww mannnnnn I asked you to save this post until I was next to her side my side in my same outfit.”
“Oophhh I guess I’ll have to pull the plug from your phone tonight. And you wake up wondering why you have no battery.”
Serena Williams and her beautiful daughter Alexis Olympia are all sorts of mommy-daughter goals.
Heading online, the renowned Tennis champion earlier shared a post that proved just how much the two of them are enjoying their summer.
In a cute snap, the gorgeous mother and her beautiful daughter wore matching pink swimming costumes as they stood beside the pool.
What makes the snap even more amazing is that the one-pieces have the cutest quotes on them. While Serena's reads, "The shady one," Alexis's read; "Wild one."
Her fans literally go gaga for all her posts and this one was no exception. The post amassed over 500k likes and thousands of comments. Many people complimented the lovely mommy-daughter duo.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Naomi Osaka was the winner of the Australian Open in straight sets victory over American seed Jennifer Brady, The Sun reports.
The Japanese athlete who is also the highest-paid woman in professional sports recorded a 6-4, 6-3 victory to emerge the queen of Melbourne for the second time.
The victory is Osaka's fourth Grand Slam win in her last eight outings and three of them are on the hardcourt.
Source: Legit Newspaper