Caroline Wozniaki's Wedding Plans Are Much More Low-Key Than Her Nearly 9-Carat Engagement Ring

She's keeping things small and intimate

Updated 08/13/18


Caroline Wozniaki's engagement ring was one for the books. The massive (and we mean MASSIVE) sparkler the tennis pro scored from NBA player David Lee tipped the scales at 8.88 carats, according to Page Six. (Eight is Wozniaki's favorite number, naturally.) But the 28-year-old Danish athlete's wedding will be nowhere near as big has her ring. Wozniaki recently opened up in the latest issue of Hamptons Magazine, sharing some details about her wedding to her basketball player beau.

While her engagement ring selfie racked up over 100,000 likes last November, Wozniaki's wedding is apparently shaping up to be a much more low-key affair. "We're keeping it to ourselves. All I can say is it will be a pretty small wedding," said the tennis pro. "We’re really excited about it. I can’t say much more than that."

But while her guest list probably won't be lengthy, there's a good chance that the bride's fellow tennis superstar Serena Williams makes the cut. After all, Wozniaki was there when Williams said "I do" to Alexis Ohanian, and the two women are good friends. "She’s such a great champion but also a good friend," Wozniaki told Hamptons Magazine. "She’s so fun to be around and she makes me laugh. She’s taught me a lot about speaking up and having my own voice. No matter how much she achieves on the court, she is always the same caring person, and I really respect that."

The bride also didn't reveal who she would be wearing down the aisle, but added that Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham are two of her favorite designers. Hint, hint...

And what's up next for Wozniaki and Lee after they tie the knot? The bride-to-be is looking to her parents for inspiration. "My parents taught me everything I know and supported me through my whole career," she explained. "I love that they're athletes who have been happily married for over 30 years—and they've raised good kids. Looking to the future for me, I hope to be known as not only an athlete but, once I have a family, also as someone who raised her kids to be good people. That would be amazing."

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