Serena Williams and daughter Olympia are twinning again, this time in hot-pink designer dresses

Tennis superstar Serena Williams posted a photo of her and Olympia in matching Balmain dresses at Paris Fashion Week

Serena Williams
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Superstar athlete Serena Williams posted a bunch of throwback photos from Paris Fashion Week on Instagram this week, each one showing her and daughter Olympia twinning in gorgeous, hot pink Balmain dresses. 

This isn't the first time that Serena and her daughter wear matching outfits. In fact, we dare say that the duo has mastered the art of twinning, constantly surprising fans with head-turning outfits that look great on Serena and adorable on Olympia.

Among the most recognizable matching outfits is a one-legged catsuit that the mother-daughter duo wore as a tribute to American track and field athlete Florence Joyner at the Australian Open and similar white caped bathing suits that the two donned simultaneously last year.

In the most recent photos, the 40-year-old tennis great and her 4-year-old daughter are posing in front of a fireplace. Olympia wore her dress with a pair of gold sandals while her mom opted for high-heeled red booties. Needless to say, they both look on point.

"Hey @olympiaohanian, remember that time when we were in Paris? And we slayyyyyyeddddd. @balmain," Serena captioned the series of photos.

Alexis Ohanian, Serena's husband and Olympia's dad, sweetly commented on the post, "Everything." 

A slew of other celebrities also took note of the photoshoot. 

"The cutest," wrote Reese Witherspoon. "Yesss love this!," said Eva Longoria.

In addition to posting adorable pictures of her family, Serena has also been using social media to promote causes close to her heart and join cultural and political conversations. 

Back in March of last year, for example, Serena condemned the "cruelty" Meghan Markle has experienced and shared a touching message of support for the Duchess of Sussex on Twitter. 

"Meghan Markle, my selfless friend, lives her life—and leads by example—with empathy and compassion," the tennis champ wrote then. "I know first hand the sexism and racism institutions and the media use to vilify women and people of color to minimize us, to break us down and demonize us. We must recognize our obligation to decry malicious, unfounded gossip and tabloid journalism."

Most recently, Serena used Instagram and Twitter to promote the Oscar-nominated movie King Richard, which tells the story of her own father, Richard Williams, and his quest to turn daughters Serena and Venus into tennis giants.

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