Serena Williams took a little getaway to celebrate her pal, Danish tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki at her island bachelorette party this weekend, and she brought along an extra special guest—one-year-old daughter Olympia.
In multiple videos uploaded to Instagram on Thursday, April 11, 2019, the seven-time Wimbledon champion, 37, showed off the group’s fun-filled activities, which included a boat ride for the bride-to-be and her closest besties.
“It’s so pretty!” Williams raved about the sunset backdrop.
The guest of honor could also be seen cradling Olympia as she side-stepped to music on the boat.
“Lit,” Williams captioned the clip, which featured her cheering and laughing as she watched Wozniacki whirl her daughter around the floor.
Later in the evening, the fashion designer expressed her joy at being part of her pal’s festivities. “So, we got to the island for Caroline’s bachelorette, which I’m super excited about because she’s a great person and she deserves the best,” Williams said.
Still, it was no easy feat to get there, with the entrepreneur revealing that her journey with her daughter included, “like, eight goat rides and 20, 30 mile golf cart.” “Don’t ask why she’s here, cause I can’t live a day without her.” she explained.
The weekend also included plenty of dancing: In a separate Instagram Story, Williams—recent author of "My Life: Queen of the Court"—shared an impromptu karaoke session among the ladies that included (what else?) “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond.
Wozniacki shimmied around to the tune while holding a bodysuit emblazoned with the word “Bride” before belting out another fave, NSYNC’s “It’s Gonna Be Me” (or rather, [David] Lee.) alongside Williams.
By Friday, April 12, Williams was ready for round two, posting an adorable video of herself posing before a mirror in a bodysuit that read “Caro’s Crew” and a pair of denim shorts.
“Happiest day of my life saying yes to my soulmate,” his betrothed captioned an Instagram shot that showed off the 8.88-carat Hamra Diamonds sparkler (eight is reportedly the athlete’s favorite number).
“She’s such a great champion but also a good friend," she said. "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.”