Just another working mom! Serena Williams tends to her adorable daughter Olympia in the Wimbledon locker room before going out to win in front of 15,000 fans on Center Court
- Serena Williams posted several adorable Snapchat videos Friday of her asking her 10-month-old daughter, Olympia, with help getting ready for Wimbledon
- In one video, the 36-year-old tennis champ appears to be applying makeup in the bathroom as Olympia plays with her makeup case and puts things in her mouth
- Another video shows Williams asking her daughter if she wants to comb her hair
- Olympia, instead, grabs the comb and puts in her mouth before Williams takes it
- Williams went on to beat France's Kristina Mladenovic in the third round
- She will next play Russia's Evgeniya Rodina at Wimbledon
Before Serena Williams took the victory at Wimbledon on Friday, the superstar tennis player and married mother-of-one tended to her adorable baby girl Olympia.
Williams took to Snapchat moments before walking out on Center Court to share a few sweet videos of 10-month-old Olympia'helping' her mom get ready for the big game in the Wimbledon bathroom.
In one video, Williams appears to be applying makeup as Olympiaplays with her makeup case and grabs different items stuffing them in her mouth.
Serena Williams asked her 10-month-old daughter Olympia if she could 'help' her get ready for Wimbledon
Olympia, born last September, was seen in the adorable Snapchat videos playing with her mom's comb and makeup
Mommy duties: Williams, 36, posted several Snapchat videos on Friday of her hanging out with Olympia before Wimbledon
At one point, the adorable little girl tried to eat her mom's comb when Williams asked if she could help her do her hair
Williams, 36, takes them away from her daughter before giving her a kiss on the cheek.
'Mama is almost done in here,'Williams tells Olympia as the baby girl reaches up for her mom to pick her up.
'You did a really good job. But mommy needs you to help put this back in. Mommy needs to take this with her,' she adds.
Another video shows Williams combing her hair. The tennis champ hands Olympia the comb asking the almost one-year-old if she wants to help her do her hair. Alex instead grabs the comb and puts it in her mouth.
'No, you have to help mama with her hair,' Williams says as she gently takes the comb from her daughter.
Williams went on to beat France's Kristina Mladenovic (right) in the third round
The tennis superstar will next play Russia's Evgeniya Rodina at Wimbledon
Once Williams was ready, she headed out to the court to face Kristina Mladenovic. Williams beat French tennis player 7-5 7-6 (7/2) in the third round on Friday, keeping alive her hopes of a 24th Grand Slam win.
Williams will next play Russia's Evgeniya Rodina.
This is Williams' fourth tournament since giving birth last September to Olympia, her first child with husband Alexis Ohanian.
'I am really happy,' she said, according to The Telegraph.
'It's my serious second tournament back so it's going pretty well. I have worked really, really, really hard and it has been a long arduous road. I always expect to come out and do the best I can do and that's all I can hope for.'
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