Olivia Lou Sykes is the celebrity baby of Wanda Sykes and her wife Alex Sykes. Olivia was born on April 27, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.
The name "Olivia" is a Latin name which means "Olive Tress". The name "Lou" is a French name which means "Renowned Warrior".
Parents Net Worth
Olivia's mother, Alex Sykes has the net worth of $1 million which she accumulated from her career as a Polycor worker.
Olivia's mother, Wanda Sykes has the net worth of $8 million which she accumulated through her successful career as an actress and model.
Olivia's now romantic parents were once strangers and they first met in the year 2006. They liked each other and slowly started dating. They had to keep their relationship secret as Wanda had not come out openly as a Lesbian.
Two years later, in a pride parade, Wanda came out and also showed off her gorgeous other half. Wanda's parents, however were against her and Alex and did not attend their wedding which took place in the September of 2008.
Olivia's parents, now are supported by all and are living very happily in their own romantic world.
Olivia Lou is one half of her brother, meaning she has a twin brother. Her twinny's name is Lucas Claude Sykes and he was also obviously born on April 27, 2009. The two are very close with each other and accompanies each other in all the mischief they do.
Children are honest and if you give them options, they will always choose the one you will not like.
Similarly, Olivia is that child and her mothers have always refrained her from getting options because she will always cay no. This one time, when her mom asked her if she wants to talk to her grandma, she said nope. So honest, so nice.
Gives *Nice* Gifts To Mom
One of Olivia's mom's famous funniest parenthood experience comes from Olivia and her twin brother's gift choices. She spoke about how Olivia and her brother are giving her the most random-est and ugliest things as a gift and being a parent, she has to be an actress, Meryl Streep to be specific.
She and Alex always has to control her laughter or disgust over some of the fits they give her and act all thankful and awed by it.