Pat Cummins, Australia Test captain, ties the knot with longtime partner Becky Boston
Pat Cummins, the captain of Australia’s Test team, revealed on his social media accounts on Monday that he had wed his longtime girlfriend Becky Boston. The marriage ceremony allegedly took place on July 29 in front of their family and friends at the Chateau Du Soleil, a tourist attraction with French influences near Byron Bay.
The clubs that Cummins plays for as well as his Australia colleagues and fellow cricketers expressed their appreciation for him. Albon Boston Cummins, a son, was born to the couple in February 2020.
He posted a photo of himself and his wife from their wedding on Instagram, raising their hands in celebration of their holy marriage. The pair is shown beaming with joy and grinning broadly.
The black tuxedo Pat Cummins wore to his wedding was quite fashionable, and Becky looked stunning in a flowing white gown and veil. The image, which Cummins captioned “Just Married,” has garnered over 39,000 likes on Instagram in the little period after it was uploaded. Cummins received congratulations from other cricket players.
Brett Lee, a former Australian bowler, also congratulated the newlyweds in the comment section. In addition, Pat’s cricket team, Kolkata Knight Riders, of the Indian Premier League, and Cricket Australia’s official Instagram account sent them greetings.
Becky posted the same image on her Instagram account as well, and she has already received congratulations from a variety of people in the comments, including Cricket Australia’s official account. Before becoming husband and wife, Pat and Becky dated for more than eight years. The Covid-19 epidemic caused the wedding to be postponed after they were engaged in 2020.
The two-match Test series against Australia in Australia, which concluded in a 1-1 tie, was Cummins’ last game for Australia. In the series, he recorded two wickets and amassed 47 runs. Since November 2021, he has served as captain of the Australian Test team, making history by being the first fast bowler to hold that position. In his first task as Test captain, he guided Australia to a 4-0 victory in the Ashes.
Australia is getting ready for a hectic home season this year with tours planned by South Africa, England, Zimbabwe, New Zealand, and the West Indies. Additionally, they host the T20 World Cup, which they previously won in the UAE.