- Mother-daughter duo Serena and Alexis are always looking adorable
- The pair can be seen getting up to all sorts of cute things together on mum's IG page
- Most recently the two were looking adorable in their princess costumes
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Serena and her two-year-old daughter Alexis are just the cutest pair. The two of them always seem to be getting up to something fun on the tennis star's Instagram page.
Whether it be dressing up like princesses or cosying up for a movie night, they certainly are all kinds of mother-daughter goals.
1. Alexis follows in Mommy's big footsteps
Who knows, she may even go on to be the world's next greatest tennis player (in about 18 years or so).
2. Mommy and daughter dazzle in matching pink sleeping beauty princess costumes
Aren't they just adorable?
3. Playing princess
Here the pair can be seen looking all cute while enjoying a bit of playtime all dressed up in nothing other than princess dresses.
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In a picture captioned "Superheroes only", Serena and Alexis look stunning in their white bathing suits complete with capes and all.
5. Kid at heart
Here Serena admits to being a kid at heart in a matching tutu with Alexis, who is clearly enjoying playing dress-up with her mommy.
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In other, Briefly.co.za news, a car guard named Thabang, who found a stranger's money laying in a parking lot, returned the money to the stranger, was dubbed a hero. Franco Mbhu took to Facebook to share the story of how he had lost his R600 cash in the parking lot at Boulder shopping mall in Midrand.
"Here is my hero of the day. Earlier in the day this gentleman Thabang, a car guard from Boulders shopping mall in Midrand. I accidentally dropped R600 in the parking lot when I was removing my phone from my pocket without realising on the spot, then as I was driving out the mall I realised that my pocket was empty, no funds nothing.
"I immediately I went back where I was [parked], fortunately this champ was still around. I then politely asked him if he didn't see any money around the area because I've just lost my R600. Unexpectedly Thabang said to me, "I got it bro." I couldn't believe that people of this calibre are still available around us." he wrote
Facebook users were wowed by his decency and joined in to applaud Thabang for his good-hearted ways.
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