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41-Year-Old Serena Williams ‘Bossed Around’ by Daughter Olympia as the Sensational Duo Stuns Fans With a Surprise Paris Outing

Published 05/27/2023, 4:00 AM EDT

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Serena Williams pulled the curtains down on an incredible tennis career in 2022. It has certainly freed up her schedule. Despite her pregnancy, she is still traveling around the world. Recently, Williams paid a visit to the French capital of Paris with her husband. In a TikTok video that was later shared on Instagram, Olympia and Serena can be seen having a great time on the streets of Paris. Despite the city’s iconic Eiffel Tower being in the video, Serena’s fans were surprised by little Olympia, who made her mother dance to her tunes!

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It should be a short and sweet trip for Williams, especially as her friend Beyonce is slated to perform live in the city in a few hours time.

Serena Williams and daughter Olympia bring out some dance moves on the Paris streets


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There’s no guarantee if Williams, Ohanian, and young Olympia will attend the Beyonce concert. However, Williams and Olympia are making the most of their time in Paris by turning the city’s streets into their very own stage. In the video, Olympia danced to the song ‘Pretty Girl Era’ written and performed by Congolese-Canadian singer Lu Kala. She also persuaded her mother to join her. The video went viral on TikTok and soon found its way to Instagram as well. Unsurprisingly, Williams’ fans reacted and left some great comments.

One user asked the mother and daughter duo, “There for the Beyonce concert?” Quite clearly, the user is aware of the pop sensation’s Paris concent.


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“You going to see Beyonce”, wrote another user.

Another user simply wrote, “Renaissance World tour”, referring to Beyonce’s world tour, which began earlier this month in Stockholm, Sweden.

One user was impressed with Olympia’s powers of persuasion. “On court Serena was the Queen, off court she just MOM getting bossed around like all parents. Love it!”

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Another user seemed more interested in Paris than in Williams and Olympia. The user wrote, “Paris in the Spring”, followed by two smiling emojis featuring hearts. It’s hard to argue with the user. After all, Paris’ towering glory, the Eiffel Tower, was very visible in the video.

Yet another user wrote, “Such a beautiful family”.

One user commented, “Mom!! I love that baby”.

Last but not least, Olympia’s hairstyle impressed one user. “Adorable Olympia lovin her braids with beads”.

Alexis Ohanian had his own post to share

Tech entrepreneur and investor Alexis Ohanian took to Twitter and shared a post praising Paris for its extra daylight. Ohanian wrote in his tweet, “Paris vibes. Y’all really liked that timezone — the extra hour of daylight slaps in summer. How is it 9:23pm??”


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There’s a high chance that Ohanian, Williams, and Olympia will turn up for Beyonce’s concert. After all, Ohanian was incredibly impressed with how Beyonce used tech to spice up her Stockholm concert. Who knows? The family may also stick around in the French capital for the commencement of the French Open, a tournament that Williams won three times.


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Written by:

Sudipto Pati


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Sudipto is a Tennis writer at EssentiallySports. He completed his graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication in 2012. His passion for writing became a full-time profession in 2019 after working as a musician and travelling educator.
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Tony Thomas