Serena Williams and Her Daughter, Alexis Olympia, Star in a New Fashion Campaign Together

Serena Williams and Her Daughter, Alexis Olympia, Star in a New Fashion Campaign Together
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From Oprah Magazine

Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. is following in her mother Serena Williams's footsteps—both in sport and in style.

The three-year-old joined the tennis champion in a new campaign for Stewart Weitzman, unveiled today, marking their first fashion campaign together. Aptly titled Footsteps to Follow, the campaign features the mother-daughter duo posing together in matching ensembles, with Williams modeling the brand's spring 2021 range of sandals and boots. (Olympia tries on a pair of leopard sandals that aren't quite her size but go fabulously with her black catsuit.)

"The adventures of Serena and Olympia continue... this time with @stuartweitzman!" Williams said of the new campaign on Instagram.

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Williams, who designs her own fashion line, S, has opened up about her daughter's experimentation with fashion at a young age. "I can't force her out of a princess dress," she previously told E! News. "She gets so upset. She loves fashion, she loves wearing dresses and that's what she wants to do."

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When she isn't dressing up like royalty or cheering on her mother courtside, Olympia is sharpening her own tennis skills. Williams recently shared clips of her toddler picking up a racket and working on her swing. The little one also shared sweet posts on her own Instagram (which is moderated by her parents, of course).

Photo credit: Courtesy Stuart Weitzman
Photo credit: Courtesy Stuart Weitzman

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From the looks of these snaps, it seems Olympia is already taking after Mom's signature style on the court too.

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