Serena Williams and Daughter Olympia Match in Hot-Pink Swimsuits

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Serena Williams and her three-year-old daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. (and her play doll, Qai Qai), posed in matching hot-pink Nike swimsuits for an adorable photo together.

Williams posted the image on Instagram yesterday, giving Nike a shout-out for the custom designs, as well as interior designer “Gregory R-man” for the featured waterfront backdrop view. She captioned the post, “When @nike makes a swimsuit for not just @olympiaohanian but @realqaiqai too. How amazing is this @ehrmannspartners view? 😍😍.” She posted another photo of the matching trio smiling together later the same day.

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Williams and her three-old-daughter have made multiple rounds on Instagram in other matching attire. Last month, Williams shared a post of herself and her daughter wearing similar pink bathing suits with the corresponding labels, “the shady one” and “wild child.”

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Williams runs separate verified Instagram accounts for Olympia and her doll, Qai Qai, both featuring hilarious content. She’s unafraid to have fun with it, posting two weeks ago on Qai Qai’s account a glamorous headshot of the doll, which included a “quote” at the bottom of the image: “Boss up, period!” She then captioned the post, “when you’re literally a doll… #YallSeeThatGlow.”

The 23-time Grand Slam tennis champion is proudly public in her roles as mother and caregiver, writing in her Instagram bio, “Olympia’s mom.”

“Kids humble us,” Williams tweeted in 2018. “The other day on a flight home Olympia insisted on running up and down the aisle and when I finally got her to sit still, she threw up all over me.”

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Her transparency with motherhood is also her way of advocating for other moms. “It would be nice to recognize that women shouldn’t be treated differently because they take time to bring life into this world,” Williams shared the same year. She wants other moms to know they’re not alone. “Some days, I cry. I’m really sad. I’ve had meltdowns,” Williams added. “If I can do it, you guys can do it too.”

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