Caroline Wozniacki updates 2nd pregnancy status



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Caroline Wozniacki updates 2nd pregnancy status

Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki updated the status of her 2nd pregnancy with an Instagram photo. "Counting down," the Danish captioned the photo.

Multiple WTA stars reacted to Caroline's post.

Naomi Broady, who is pregnant with twin boys, said: "Looking amazing mama. I’m literally 4 times the size of you at this point."

"Still in awe my two sons are in there," Broady captioned the above photo.
Another player on the WTA circuit, Nicole Gibbs, pointed out how small is Wozniacki's belly compared with hers.

"Me at 13 weeks pregnant," Gibbs commented.

Wozniacki showed her pregnant belly on the beach

In August, former world number one Caroline Wozniacki shared a photo of her beach body on Instagram, revealing a slightly more prominent belly.

“Beach bod,” Wozniacki captioned the photo. Another former tennis player Anastasia Pivovavora reacted to Wozniacki’s post. “For me you are a hero,” wrote Pivovarova.

At the time, Wozniacki was spending a holiday at Cheval Blanc St-Tropez, a luxury hotel that promises that visitors will "slip softly into Tropezian time where minutes are hours, and days are everlasting." Caroline and her husband, David Lee, have announced on social media that they will have their first child on February 10, 2021.

They announced the birth of Olivia Wozniacki Lee on June 14th, who was born on the 11th of the same month. Caroline confirmed her second pregnancy on Twitter on June 19th 2022. Caroline is depicted with her husband and children, holding an ultrasound scan that confirms her pregnancy.

Caroline Wozniacki retired from tennis in 2020 following an incredible career that culminated in her triumph at the Australian Open 2020 over Simona Halep.

Caroline was number one in the world for 71 weeks, from October 2010 to January 2012, and again in January 2018. She was the first player from Scandinavia to reach the top of the WTA rankings and win a Grand Slam. In her career, she won 30 WTA titles, including the 2017 WTA Finals and the Australian Grand Slam.

She reached two more Grand Slam finals, both at the US Open, but has been defeated both times. She is the only player in history to beat three different number-one players in the same year, which she accomplished in 2017 when she defeated Karolina Pliskova, Garbine Muguruza, and Simona Halep.