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‘Little Miss Queen’: Serena Williams’ Daughter Lets Everyone Know ‘I Got It From My Mama’ with Adorable Twinning Photo

Serena Williams and her 3-year-old daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian are doing what they do best once again — twinning.

Williams posted three photos wearing a sweatsuit that matched her daughter’s salmon-colored sweatsuit. Olympia’s sweatshirt reads “I got it from my mama,” and so that there is no mistake about who her mother is, the ESPY-award-winning tennis player’s shirt reads “Mama.”

Serena Williams keeps it cute with her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian. @serenawilliams/Instagram

In the first picture, they stood smiling with their hands on their hips, in the second with their hands above their heads, and in the third Olympia hugged her mom’s leg with a big smile on her face. “From her mama,” Williams’ caption reads.

Of course, fans chimed in on the cute duo’s photo, including their biggest fan, Alexis Ohanian, who is Williams’ husband of three years and the father of their beautiful daughter. The 38-year-old co-founder of Reddit wrote, “❤️❤️ my two girls.”

Another fan wrote, “Just so adorable both mommy and her little sweetheart princess ❤️🙌🔥👏😍😍.”

Someone else said, “I’m not sure you too could be any cuter. Love it. She’s showing her attitude early on! ❤️” while “Little Miss Queen,” was another fan’s quip.

Williams, 39, already seems to spend loads of time with her mini-me, but it looks like that time may have increased since last month when Williams pulled herself out of her Wimbledon first-round match due to a leg injury. The match was tied at three 3-3 when the seven-time Wimbledon singles champion decided to call it quits.

On June 27, two days before that match, Williams revealed she will not be attending the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. During the pre-Wimbledon press conference, she said, “I’m actually not on the Olympic list … not that I’m aware of. And if so, then I shouldn’t be on it. There’s a lot of reasons that I made my Olympic decision,” she continued, “and I don’t feel like going into them today. Maybe another day. Sorry.”

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