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Wozniacki welcomes first child, daughter Olivia alongside husband David Lee
Victoria Beckham, Gael Monfils and more all chimed in to say congratulations.
Published Jun 14, 2021
Caroline Wozniacki has done a fantastic job at keeping fans in the loop throughout her pregnancy. From talking about cravings during her Citi Taste of Tennis appearance in March. and showing off her mean forehand with her baby bump, but the big day is officially here. The former world No. 1 took to Instagram alongside husband David Lee to share that their baby girl, Olivia has arrived.
The 2018 Australian Open champion was all smiles while holding her bundle of joy. Gael Monfils, Ajla Tomljanovic, Donna Vekic, Bethanie Mattek-Sands and countless others commented on the Instagram post. Wozniacki and Lee becoming mom and dad didn't just get the attention of WTA and ATP players, but also the attention of Hollywood stars. Chelsea Handler, Olivia Munn, Brooklyn Decker and Victoria Beckham all chimed in to say congratulations.
The Dane married the ex-NBA player almost two years to this exact day and now the couple have added a very cute addition to their family.
The 30 WTA titlist retired last year at the same Grand Slam she picked up her lone major trophy.