Caroline Wozniacki had her good luck charm by her side as she touched down in Melbourne for the Australian Open.
The 27-year-old Danish tennis star landed Down Under with her fiancé David Lee, who has been by her side at an official players event before the competition kicked off, supporting her from during her practice sessions and at yesterday's match against Mihaela Buzarnescu.
On Sunday night, Caroline beamed alongside her other half, who proposed in November after one year together, and proudly showed off her 8.8 carat engagement ring, worth an estimated €1m. The pair brought some off-duty glamour as they joined other competitors at the VIP event, with Caroline turning heads in a black lace dress with a high-low fishtail cut.
Caroline and the NBA star went public with their romance last February after months of quietly dating and he popped the question to his "soulmate" during a romantic trip to Bora Bora. Although they haven't shied away from sharing their romance on social media, both have been rather coy about the details of their relationship in interviews.
It's the second engagement for Wozniacki, who was due to wed Irish golfer Rory McIlroy before he called it off in 2014. He wed American PGA employee Erica Stoll last year at Ashford Castle in Co Mayo. McIlroy blamed himself for ending the relationship, saying at the time: "The problem is mine".