The 29-year-old Canadian tennis star took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a carousel of photos of herself working out at a Miami gym. In the shots, the Montreal-born athlete showed off her toned abs while wearing a hot pink cropped New Balance tank top, along with magenta New Balance shorts.
"On Wednesdays," Bouchard captioned her post, quoting the iconic "Mean Girls" line, "On Wednesdays, we wear pink."
Fans showed their love for Bouchard in the comments of her post, with many noting how fit she looks.
"OK abs, take it easy," one person joked.
"Getting rocked up! Anyone call for a six pack?" someone added.
"Training day is always a good day," a fan wrote. "Looking good, Genie! Keep up the good work, you're crushing it! PS: Love the pink."
"Epic hot!" another commented.
"F(ab)ulous, Genie," someone raved.
Over the past weekend, Eugenie shared a sweet photo with her twin sister, Beatrice, as the duo celebrated their Feb. 25 birthday for the first time together since they were 21-years-old. The sisters rocked swimsuits in Tulum, Mexico while wearing light brown woven hats.
In her post, Eugenie also included a snap of an old photograph, where the two sisters — who were babies when the pic was taken — are looking at each other while wearing the same outfit.
"Celebrating our bday together for the first time in eight years," Eugenie captioned her post.
Fans were quick to show their support for the twins in the comments of that post.
"Look at you, wow," a fan commented.
"That is really sweet. Congrats!!" someone added.
"Glad to see the two of you together again. I was estranged from my twin for almost 30 years, cheers!" one person shared.
In 2021, Beatrice opened up about her fractured relationship with her sister, who she said was "almost a stranger" to her. The duo grew apart after their parents separated when they were 10-years-old.
"It's very funny. I know someone in the grocery store better than my twin sister," she admitted.
"We are definitely not a simple, happy, perfect family. Even anything but that. Our parents got divorced, they weren't happy with each other. ... Genie was with my mother for most of her life from then on. Myself, our siblings Charlotte and William with my father. So we grew up separately."