Serena Williams' 11-month-old daughter, Alexis Olympia, was her style mini-style on Thursday while accompanying her mother to the US Open.
Serena, 36, was photographed leaving her hotel in Manhattan today, on her way to Queens for Day 4 of the American tennis tournament.
On one arm, dressed little Olympia, who was dressed in a rainbow tutu with ruffles not unlike those her mother has been using to compete.
Your hero! Serena Williams was photographed carrying her 11-month-old daughter as she left her hotel in Manhattan on Thursday
So cute! Alexis Olympia was dressed in a rainbow tutu dress
On his way: Serena, 36, took the girl while on her way to the US Open
Serena wore black leggings, a purple blouse and a Nike visor as she left with her little girl.
Olympia, in her arms, snuggled into her tulle tutu-style dress, which was a rainbow of pastel colors.
Her mother also dressed her in white socks and small black shoes, and seemed to cover her diaper with ruffled underwear.
Olympia was the image of his mother on the court the day before, when Serena defeated Carina Witthoeft of Germany at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Serena had worn a purple dress for the occasion, which was shaking at the bottom with a two-piece tutu and had a sleeve on top.
The outfit, designed by Louis Vuitton & # 39; s Virgil Abloh along with the sponsor of Serena, Nike, as part of the collection Off-White x Nike, was combined with a headband and matching sneakers.
The collection is aptly named & # 39; Queen & # 39;
On August 27, Serena wore another tutu dress from the same collection to play Magda Linette from Poland.
We'll see! The Grand Slam champion took the child to enjoy the show while she has the night off from having a game
Cute! Alexis' tutu resembled the fashion dresses her mother has been modeling on the court during the competition
Style icon! Serena wore a purple tutu on the court on August 29 (left), which had the same design as the black set in which she debuted at the US Open (right)
That dress, a black one, was paired with bright silver slippers.
After she used it, Abloh took Instagram to share a photo and write that she was "willing to design dresses for her for life."
"With Serena, we have one of the most powerful and inspiring athletes of our generation as the muse," he said in a statement from the brand, according to Harper & # 39; s Bazaar. "I tried to embody his spirit and bring something convincing and fresh to tennis."
While little Olympia is clearly taking "inspiration" from her mother's style, the girl is also inspiring Serena.
In May, the Grand Slam title winner on 24 occasions announced the launch of a fashion line called Serena, and admitted that it was her daughter who encouraged her to do so.
"My inspiration was strength, to bring femininity and strength to the modern woman, my goal is for women to feel safe and sexy when they use it, it is practical and wearable, but it makes you feel good and walk higher. have that feeling, "he told BAZAAR.com.
& # 39; Since then [giving birth to] Olympia, I was like, "Okay, I have a daughter, I want her to feel good about herself." She is already strong, so I want her to feel beautiful and I want to spread that message through the collection. "
Opting not to participate: On Saturday during a press conference, Serena Williams revealed that she will not celebrate her daughter's first birthday because of her beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses
"Olympia does not celebrate birthdays," he said. & # 39; We are Jehovah's Witnesses, we do not do that & # 39;
Party of three: Serena shares her daughter with her husband Alexis Ohanian, who is not affiliated with any specific church
While Serena is a game to dress up with Olympia, the girl will not wear a birthday crown when she completes one next month.
During a press conference on Saturday, she He revealed that he will not celebrate his daughter's first birthday in September because of religious beliefs.
"Olympia does not celebrate birthdays," said the 36-year-old professional tennis player. & # 39; We are Jehovah's Witnesses, we do not do that & # 39;
Practicing Jehovah's Witnesses does not observe vacations that they believe have a pagan origin, such as Christmas, Easter and birthdays.
According to an interview with Vogue in 2017, Serena has not been an active participant in the faith until recently.
"Being a Jehovah's Witness is important to me, but I never really practiced it and I wanted to get into it," he said.
It seems that her husband, the co-founder of Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, agrees with that.
"Alexis did not grow up going to any church, but he's really receptive and even takes the lead, he prioritizes my needs," Williams told Vogue when they got married.