In the Instagram post shared on Venus’ account, the two are seen wearing white mini dresses with eyelet detailing throughout the entire ensembles. Despite wearing what appeared to be almost identical outfits, the two tennis champions’ dresses had a couple of distinctions. The get-up that the 41-year-old Venus sported had a plunging neckline, whereas Serena’s dress had more of a floral pattern.
In addition to the dress differences, Venus and Serena decided to accessorize their attire with a few subtle pieces. Venus wore a necklace and white sneakers. Serena completed her look with aviator glasses, a bracelet, and colorful shoes. Although it is unclear if the sisters planned to wear similar ensembles, that didn’t stop Venus from mentioning how they were “twinning” in her caption. She wrote, “Still twinning after all this time xoxo.”
A short time later, Serena reposted the image on her now-deleted Instagram Story along with heart emojis. As fans began to view Venus’ upload, many marveled over the duo’s looks.
“Lovely in white!”
“Wow those matching outfits pristine and majestic just like the Williams sisters.”
“Yassssssss!!!! Queens!!!!! Killin’ the game.”
“These eyelet dresses are too cute. You both look so young & pretty!!!!!”
“Love every thing about this photo.”
Among the duo’s compliments, other people expressed how they loved “King Richard.”
One wrote, “You both are fabulous and awesome! I loved the movie! Wow! Your family was so special!” Another said,”Love you guys. And ‘King Richard’ hands down, the best movie I’ve seen all year! It was awesome to hear from dad’s POV.”
“King Richard” stars Will Smith as Richard Williams, the father of the Williams sisters, and the film dramatizes how his coaching and vision helped catapult his daughters to success in the tennis world.
Last month, Serena disclosed during an interview with Entertainment Weekly why it was necessary to tell her and Venus’ life stories through their father’s eyes. She told the publication, “There are so many ways to tell this story. But I think telling it through my dad was the best way because he had the idea. He knew how to do it.”
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