Serena Williams and her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian, Jr. had another perfect twinning moment.
The tennis superstar shared a new dancing clip of herself and her four-year-old, in which the duo wear adorable mommy-and-me dresses. After starting the video in wearing matching blue-and-white floral dresses and white-and-gold shoes (heels for Williams and flats for Ohanian), the pair have a magical outfit change as the tennis star twirls her daughter to Ed Sheeran’s song “Perfect.”
The second look includes twin emerald-green mini-dresses, with Williams’ piece including a belt tied in the back and Ohanian’s having black writing along the hem. Their shoes also change, with the mom sporting black heels with gold embellishments and the daughter dancing in black Mary Jane flats.
“My forever bestie @olympiaohanian,” Williams captioned the video.
The tennis star loves a cute matching moment with her toddler, and often shares clips and photos of the pair showing off their mommy-and-me fashion. In addition to an April high-fashion post, where the duo twinned in hot-pink Balmain mini-dresses in Paris, Williams also shared a quick-change video of the pair switching from party outfits to pajamas.
In the video, soundtracked by Pharrell Williams’ “Just a Cloud Away,” the pair wears another set of long-sleeved mini-dresses, these black with turtlenecks, as they walk up to a pair of slippers. When they stomp on the shoes, their outfits switch to matching pajama separates, in which they play around the house, with Williams even giving her daughter a pony ride.
Though the twosome have also taken their mommy-and-me fashion to the court, posing in matching red, pink, and black Nike one-pieces suits earlier this year, Williams said that she hired a private tennis coach for Ohanian rather than teaching her daughter herself during a recent The Ellen Degeneres Show appearance.
“I don’t push her because I’m like, she’s 4,” she said. “She’s alright… [But] I’ve seen 4-year-olds that might take her out.”
“I don’t really like to play with people who don’t know how to play tennis well. It drives me nuts. So, I was like, ‘I can’t. I don’t have the patience for this.’ So I signed her up for a private teacher,” she added.