Australian Test captain Pat Cummins tangled with long-time partner Becky Boston.

Just married: Australian Test captain Pat Cummins tied the knot with long-term partner Becky Boston

Australian cricketer Pat Cummins has finally tied the knot with his longtime love and fiancée Becky Boston. The lavish and glamorous ceremony took place on July 29 at Chateau Du Soleil, a French-inspired venue in Byron Bay in the presence of family and friends.

He took to Instagram to share a wedding photo of himself and his wife, their hands clasped and raised in celebration of the holy union. The couple can be seen beaming their happy smiles, all happy.

Pete Cummins looked really stylish in the black tuxedo he wore to his wedding while Becky dazzled in a white flowing gown and veil.

“Just married,” Cummins captioned the photo, which has received more than 39,000 likes on Instagram in just half an hour since it was posted. Her co-star David Warner congratulated her on the wedding in the comments.

Former Australian bowler Brett Lee has also congratulated the newlyweds for this comment. In addition, he has also received well wishes from Cricket Australia and the official Instagram account of Kolkata Knight Riders, the Indian Premier League cricket team for which Pete plays.

Becky also shared the same picture on her Instagram handle and has been receiving separate congratulations from many people on the comments including Cricket Australia’s official account.

Pete and Becky dated for over eight years before their relationship turned into marriage. They got engaged in 2020 but the wedding was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The couple also have a nine-month-old son named Albie.

It is interesting to note that Becky is from England. According to The Sports Rush, she is an interior designer and currently runs an online store that sells luxury home furnishings.

Pat is the Test cricket captain of the Australian national cricket team. He is an all-rounder, fast bowler as well as a hard-hitting right-handed batsman. He made his debut in international cricket in 2011 at the very young age of 18. He won the Allan Border Medal for Cricketer of the Year in 2019 for his outstanding performance.

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