It’s the mother-daughter duo for me! Serena Williams and her baby girl, Olympia, brought the heat for their first fashion campaign together for footwear designer Stuart Weitzman.
The tennis great and her tiny tot teamed up for the campaign titled, “Footsteps to Follow.” It’s the fourth season Williams has been with the brand as its global spokeswoman, but the debut of little Miss O and the photos are to die for. In an Instagram caption Serena stated, “I love that it’s called #FootstepstoFollow because she inspires every step I take and I hope I inspire her, too. Because while I try to teach her how to be a positive influence, she in fact teaches me how to be a stronger person every day. It’s the best part about being a mom.”
Also in a statement Serena shared:
“Being on set with Olympia to shoot this campaign meant so much to me, and it is a moment together I will never forget. She is Mini Serena; she’s so cute and she’s so fun.”
“Waking up every day to see her so happy to see me is a feeling I never thought I would experience. While I try to teach her how to be a positive influence, she in fact teaches me how to be a stronger person every day. It’s the best part about being a mom.”
Get into this adorable video — Serena stuns but Olympia is the true star!
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