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Cricketers who became Dads before their marriage

Cricketers who became Dads before their marriage

Everybody wants something different to read, especially during these testing times when news can get repititive and boring.

So hello cricket fraternity! Today we have a unique featured article for you people, mentioning 5 cricketers who got married after becoming dads.

5. Sir Viv Richards

The love story of Sir Vivian Richards and popular Bollywood actress Neena Gupta is very famous. They also embraced parenthood without marriage. The couple dated for a long time and even gave birth to a daughter, Masaba Gupta, who is one of the leading fashion designers of the country today.

4. Joe Root

England Test skipper Joe Root is also one of the cricketers who became Dads before their respective marriages. Root and Kerry Cottrell had been dating for quite some time before eventually getting married in 2018. The duo got engaged in March 2016 and their son Alfred was born on 7th January 2017.

3. Vinod Kambli

Former Indian cricketer, Vinod Kambli also embraced fatherhood without getting married. Well, Vinod Kambli divorced his first wife and at the same time, he was dating a fashion model named Andrea Hewitt. Vinod Kambli later became the father of Andrea’s kid.

2. David Warner

David Warner and his wife were not married when they became parents to their daughter Evie, who was born on 11 September 2014. The couple got married on April 4 after the 2015 World Cup.

1. Hardik Pandya

It was during the start of 2020 when Hardik Pandya announced his engagement to Natasa Stankovic. Recently, Hardik Pandya took to his social media and shared an adorable picture of himself with fiance Natasa, where she can be seen with a cute baby bump. Not just this, Hardik Pandya also shared a few more pictures from their traditional wedding ceremony, where both of them can be seen wearing garlands and performing the ceremony.

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