At the age of one, Serena Williams' daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., is already a legitimate celebrity.
Need proof? Snapchat made a custom filter featuring Olympia and her doll Qai Qai.
Qai Qai, for the uninitiated, is Olympia's daughter, and Serena's granddaughter. Qai Qai is famous because Olympia, still a baby herself, is notoriously bad at taking care of her.
In the video above, Olympia drops Qai Qai twice, once at 0:53, and again at 1:11.
Qai Qai documents her neglect on Twitter at @RealQaiQai, where she already has more than 1,000 followers.
Because of Olympia's poor parenting, Serena often has to pull double duty, taking care of both her daughter and her granddaughter, she explained in Cincinnati:
Serena has made her way into Week 2 at the US Open with straight set wins over Magda Linette, Carina Witthoeft and Venus Williams, on top of a three-set battle over Kaia Kanepi on Sunday.
Kids humble us. The other day on a flight home Olympia had so much energy and insisted on running up and down the aisle. When I finally got her to calm down and sit still, she threw up all over me and in the aisle. #ThisMama wants to remind all mothers the importance of supporting one another through the highs, lows, laughs and tears. _ Share your own stories of motherhood with hashtag #ThisMama. I’d love to hear them!
The 36-year-old will next face Karolina Pliskova in the quarterfinals.
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