Tennis Champion Caroline Wozniacki Shares the First Photo From Her Wedding to David Lee

Caroline WozniackiSINGAPORE - OCTOBER 30: Champion Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark poses with the Billie Jean King trophy and American professional basketball player David Lee after her victory against Venus Williams of the United States in the final of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global at Clifford Pier on October 30, 2017 in Singapore. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

That’s Mrs. Caroline Wozniacki to you. The tennis champion married former NBA player David Lee this weekend in a ceremony held at the exclusive Castiglion del Bosco property in Tuscany.

The bride took to Instagram Sunday night to share the first photo from the nuptials—a romantic snapshot of the pair watching fireworks from the lavender-infused countryside. “best weekend of my life,” Wozniacki captioned the pic.

According to Vogue, the bride wore a custom gown by Oscar de la Renta that included a cathedral-length veil. The pair married in the town square of the Castiglion del Bosco, where 120 family members and friends supported the couple. TMZ reported that Serena Williams served as one of the bridesmaids.

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Best weekend of my life ❤️

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Other guests included basketball players like Pau Gasol and Harrison Barnes, as well as members of Wozniacki’s fellow tennis community.

Lee proposed in 2017 during a romantic getaway to Bora Bora. “He set up this sunset cruise with a dinner on a private island, and on the cruise, there was this guy with a small guitar playing music and all of a sudden, I saw David panic, and he goes to his backpack and starts searching for something, and I said: ‘What’s happening?!’ and he’s like ‘Oh nothing!’” Wozniacki recalled to Vogue. “Then, he grabs the box with the ring and he goes down on one knee, and he proposes. Whatever he said I don’t remember—I was kind of in shock. When I panic, I start laughing, and I wasn’t expecting it so I started laughing and said, ‘Of course, yes.’ And he was like, ’Is that a yes?’ And I was like: ‘Yes!’ It was right at sunset, and it was beautiful!”

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