Watch: Serena Williams Shares the Hilarious Results After Teaching 5-Year-Old Daughter How to Contour

The tennis champ frequently offers up adorable family content to her social media following.
Serena Williams

Serena Williams.

It’s clear that Serena Williams adores motherhood. The four-time Olympic gold medalist regularly shares precious content with her daughter, Olympia, on social media.

From dancing in matching pajamas to snuggling up together, Williams often offers up sweet moments from her family life with her loyal following. She shares her 5-year-old daughter with her husband, Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian. 

The 23-time Grand Slam singles champ provided a glimpse of reality in a recent TikTok video.

“I love makeup and I’ve been teaching my daughter how to do makeup,” Williams narrated as she provided a view of her bathroom counter.

She then panned to two mannequin heads and an array of makeup littered messily across the table top.

“See, I taught her how to contour, so she’s working on her contouring,” Williams quipped while pointing to one mannequin’s face caked in makeup. “I gotta clean this up.”

“Be careful with what you teach ya kids… especially if they like to practice . #momsoftiktoks,” Williams wrote in the caption of the post she shared with her 1.4 million followers on the platform.

Plenty of the S by Serena founder’s followers chimed in to the comments section of the funny snippet.

“You could easily add a horror soundtrack over this clip 😳😂,” one person joked.

“Now time [to] get endorsements from magic eraser Queen 😅😅,” another person cracked.

“It’s like a makeup crime scene. 😂,” someone else added.

“I THINK U SHOULD MOVE TO COOKING,” one fan suggested.

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