WATCH: One of the highlights for Paula Badosa this spring was an emphatic upset of Coco Gauff in the third round in Madrid.


It's not often that your mom gets to be your co-worker, but that's just what happened to Paula Badosa recently: The former world No. 2 and her mom, Mireia, did a photoshoot for InStyle Spain.

Mireia Gibert and Josep Badosa were famously working in New York City in the fashion industry in 1997, the year that Paula Badosa was born, and their passion rubbed off on her. Badosa has enjoyed the glamorous side of life as a professional tennis player since she's developed into one of the WTA's top players, and is also a star of Netflix's 'Break Point' series that chronicles the tour.

And after Badosa graced the cover of Glamour in Spain earlier this month, she brought Gibert out of retirement for the next one: Mother and daughter stunned in styles and hair by Danniel Rojas and Jesus de Paula in a picture-perfect spread.

On Instagram, Badosa captioned the photos with a sweet message in Spanish.

"[A] special session with @instylespain alongside my mother," she wrote. "She is my inspiration."

Badosa enjoyed a resurgent clay-court season ahead of Roland Garros, which begins Sunday. She reached the quarterfinals in Stuttgart and Rome, and the last 16 at home in Madrid, where she upset Coco Gauff along the way.