Shane Warne Elizabeth Hurley engagement confirmed

By on Oct 2, 2011 in Europe, Lifestyle Comments

Australian cricket legend Shane Warne is now engaged to British actress Elizabeth Hurley, who was reportedly spotted earlier wearing an engagement ring.

Shane Warne and Elizabeth Hurley
Image Credit: Elizabeth Hurley Twitter

Interestingly, the couple sent the same tweet on Saturday, October 1, 2011, thanking those who congratulated them and included a photo of themselves together, as shown here.

“Thanks for all your congratulations. Here’s a pic of us about to go to Dunhill dinner in St Andrews.” Elizabeth Hurley (@ElizabethHurley) and Shane Warne (@warne888) tweeted at the same time.

Nevertheless, a press release posted at Alfred Dunhill Links‘ official website also on Saturday confirming the Shane Warne-Elizabeth Hurley engagement.

Shane Warne has confirmed his engagement to actress Elizabeth Hurley after proposing at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.” A statement reads at

“The 42-year-old former Australian cricketer proposed to Miss Hurley on Friday evening before celebrating with guests and VIPs in St Andrews’ Old Course Hotel.” The statement added.

Hurley, 46, was also said to have watched Shane played in the second round of the Championship at St Andrews on Friday and also present during the second round at the Kingsbarns also that day.

Elizabeth Hurley was linked to Hugh Grant but reportedly split in 2000. She gave birth in 2002 to a son, Damian Charles Hurley, whose father was Shangri-La business group founder Steve Bing.

Apparently, Bing denied being the father of the baby claiming that they had only a short and non-exclusive relationship but a DNA test was said to have proven his paternity over the child.

The ‘Austin Powers‘ star then married Indian textile heir Arun Nayar in March 2007 but ended up in the divorce which was granted on June 15, 2011, barely three months after she became engaged again.

On the other hand, Shane Warne has three children with his ex-wife Simone Callahan and was noted to be one of the greatest cricket players in history before he retired in January 2007.

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