ENGLAND’S girls cricketers threw a faux marriage ceremony for Katherine Brunt and Natalie Sciver after coronavirus ruined their special occasion.
The pair – who’ve been courting since 2017 – had been as a consequence of get married on the weekend.
England threw Sciver and Brunt a ‘faux marriage ceremony’ after they had been pressured to postpone their actual day as a consequence of coronavirus
The England group celebrated their ‘large day’ forward of this month’s T20s with West Indies
However after coronavirus noticed their large day worn out, their England team-mates threw a ‘faux marriage ceremony’ for the blissful couple forward of the T20 in opposition to West Indies.
Brunt, 35, and Sciver introduced their relationship to the world in October 2019.
They usually quickly revealed they deliberate to get married in 2020, just for coronavirus to cancel most weddings within the UK since March.
To make up for lacking out on their special occasion, Brunt and Sciver’s England team-mates threw a ‘faux marriage ceremony’ for the loved-up couple of their bio-secure ‘bubble’.
England captain Heather Knight shared a candy video of the ‘ceremony’ on Instagram.
Earlier this summer season, Brunt and Sciver, 28, revealed they opted to postpone their marriage ceremony, as they could not think about tying the knot with out their team-mates in attendance.
Additionally they did not consider they may pull out of all worldwide responsibility this autumn, forward of 5 T20 video games with West Indies this month.
Brunt revealed: “All our greatest pals are a part of the England group, so if we did not need any of them there, we may simply go forward.
Sciver and Brunt celebrated within the dressing room and on the pitch
“However my maid of honour is [England wicketkeeper] Amy Jones.
“There was discuss of myself, Natalie and Amy not being a part of any cricket this 12 months, in order that we’d have the chance to stay with our plans and go forward with the marriage, nevertheless it’s simply an excessive amount of of a dent.
“Releasing Amy wouldn’t have been the proper factor to do for England cricket.”