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Cricketer Kane Williamson & his wife Sarah blessed with a baby girl

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Cricketer Kane Williamson & his wife Sarah blessed with a baby girl
Cricketer Kane Williamson & his wife Sarah blessed with a baby girl

Former New Zealand Test captain Kane Williamson and his wife Sarah welcomed their third baby, a baby girl, on Wednesday. The couple already has two youngsters, a daughter and a son, born in 2020 and 2022, respectively.

Parents Kane Williamson (middle) and Sarah with their baby girl. Photo courtesy: Kane Williamson/ Instagram.
Kane Williamson (center) with his wife Sarah and their baby girl. Photo courtesy: Kane Williamson/ Instagram.

Williamson withdrew from the just lately concluded T20I sequence in opposition to Australia to be with his wife for the beginning of their third baby. New Zealand’s talismanic batter took to his Instagram to tell his followers about the excellent news and expressed gratitude for the secure arrival of his daughter into the world.

“And then there was 3. Welcome to the world lovely Girl. So grateful in your secure arrival and the thrilling journey forward,” Kane Williamson wrote on Instagram.

Kane Williamson and Sarah Raheem have been in a relationship since 2015. Their first baby, daughter Maggie, was born in December 2020. A few years later, in May 2022, Williamson and his wife have been blessed with a baby boy.

For the beginning of the second baby, Kane Williamson left Sunrisers Hyderabad’s bio-bubble and withdraw from the remaining matches of the IPL 2022.

Kane Williamson to return for Test sequence in opposition to Australia

Kane Williamson is predicted to return to motion for the two-match Test sequence in opposition to Australia, beginning on February 29 at Basin Reserve in Wellington, New Zealand.

Williamson was in unimaginable type throughout the two-match Test sequence in opposition to South Africa at house. In the primary Test, the 33-year-old scored two centuries, changing into the fifth New Zealand participant after Glen Turner, Geoff Howarth, Andrew Jones and Peter Fulton to attain this feat in a Test match.

In the second Test, Kane Williamson turned the quickest participant to attain 32 centuries within the format, reaching the milestone in his 172nd innings. He bettered Australia’s talismanic batter Steve Smith file of 174 innings to 32 Test centuries.

Kane Williamson will look to proceed his good type within the Tests within the upcoming matches in opposition to Australia.

(The article is printed underneath a mutual content material partnership association between The Free Press Journal and Connected to India)

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