Caroline Wozniacki parties with would-be bridesmaid Serena Williams after McIlroy split
Published 26/05/2014 | 09:23
Caroline Wozniacki is proving that life moves on after break-up.
The day after Rory McIlroy had his first victory of the year, his former fiancée Caroline has shared photos of her partying in Paris with her would be bridesmaid Serena Williams.
Northern Irish golfer Rory announced his decision to end his engagement with Caroline at a press conference last week.
The couple were engaged in Sydney on New Years Eve after two years.
Seeking solace, Caroline (23) headed to Paris with her close friend Serena Williams and entrepreneur Loren Ridinger.
Serena Williams posted a photo on Instagram and Twitter of her glamorous social circle captioned “#friendsforever @lorenridinger @natilarocks and @carowozniacki”.
Fashion entrepreneur and Senior Vice President of SHOP.com Loren Ridinger also shared a photo of herself, Caroline and Serena “having a blast” in the City of Light.
Putting on a brave face, Caroline shared both her friends’ tweets with her followers.
A few hours later, Loren posted: “What an incredible weekend with my friends Kim & Kanye! So happy for you guys! xoxo”
Tennis ace Serena (32) was supposed to be bridesmaid at the couple’s wedding which had been scheduled for later this year.
In a typically low key outfit of white jeans, a white tank top and a bouclé jacket, Caroline’s flawless skin glowed as she smiled into the camera.
The Danish tennis star remained tight-lipped after her former fiance announced their engagement was off with a mass press release.
"It's a hard time for me right now," she said on Twitter.
"Thanks for all the sweet messages. Happy I support Liverpool right now because I know I'll never walk alone."
Caroline's brother Patrik revealed his sister had already purchased her dream dress after spotting it in New York earlier this year.
The pair, dubbed 'Wozzilroy' were arranging a no-expense spared bash on November 8th and Patrik had even spoken of his nerves at delivering his groomsman speech on the big day.