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England woman cricketer announces engagement with her teammate

England's cricketers namely Nat Skivers and Catherine Brunt have announced their engagement on Friday. "Welcome to our wine and magazine party," the divers posted a picture on the Instagram platform with their fiancé, with the hashtag "#ISaidYes # Mrs & Mrs #Bridesmaids".

The two women cricketers have been dating for over two years now and their affair really started as the pair reached the pinnacle of success in their cricketing careers. Brunt was reportedly asked to stay out on the coveted Lord's balcony after England's dramatic win over India to win the Women's World Cup in 2017.

"I knew it was right," Brunt said in July 2017, reminiscent of that life-changing evening. "I know there is no one that is better for me. I had turned it down but then I asked him. I am ** t missing the dates but I knew I would never forget that one." "Genius on my behalf," he was quoted as saying by The Guardian.

Talking openly about the challenges of living as a gay woman, Brunt said it was difficult to reach her parents. "They are quite Christian so this is not something that is done and so it has held me back," she said.

The 34-year-old fast bowler said in a statement, & # 39; & # 39; I don't believe that basically I like to live my life, so it is quite difficult.

"It was really difficult to tell my parents because I care so much about them so it was something that I kept for a long time."

Fans on Instagram welcomed the news of their engagement with warmth and encouragement. "Azi, how cute. Many congratulations, ”a user commented on a picture of Net Siver.

"Wow, congratulations guys! This is amazing, ”another user posted his comment.

It should be noted that both Siver and Brunt will become the third pair of cricket teams in the world to tie the knot. Earlier, Amy Satterthwaite and Lea Tahuhu tied the knot in 2017, while South Africa — along with the Marijne Cup and Dan van Niekerk — were married in July last year by team members.

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