Serena Williams Offers Rare Peek Inside Her Home in Twinning Video with Daughter Olympia

Serena Williams and her daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., are one of the best mother-daughter duos around.

The 40-year-old athlete recently shared a fun video on Instagram, featuring her and her 4-year-old daughter coming home from a night out. Williams wrote in the caption, “Time to turn in, and turn up with my bestie.”

The short clip (which gives us a small glimpse inside her house) starts with the pair walking hand-in-hand and wearing black turtleneck sweaters with matching ruffled skirts. Olympia is rocking a pair of black ballet flats, while her mother opted for stiletto heels that feature a bow in the front.

Treating their living room like a fashion runway, the mother-daughter duo walked to the beat of Pharrell Williams’s song “Just a Cloud Away.” In the blink of an eye, they traded in their stylish outfits for matching PJ sets. The next few seconds are filled with a fun montage of the pair showing off their best dance moves—and we get to see Williams give her daughter a piggyback ride. 

Her followers praised their matching outfits in the comments section. “Love love love this [red heart emoji],” one person wrote. Someone couldn’t get enough of the pair, writing, “You two are the cutest,” with a pink heart emoji.

This certainly wasn’t the first time Williams and her daughter had a twin moment. Just a few days ago, the Grand Slam champion posted a video on IG, where she is facing off with Olympia on the tennis court. In the clip, she is wearing the famous Nike x Off-White custom dress, while her daughter sports a miniature version of the ensemble. 

Our favorite mother-daughter duo never fails to disappoint in the fashion department. 

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Karelle McKay is the Assistant Editor of News and Entertainment at PureWow. Before she started writing about all things pop culture, she was a literal couch potato who loved...