Graeme Smith Gets Married For The Second Time
The former skipper of the South Africa Cricket Team Graeme Smith found his love for the second time, as he married to his girlfriend Romy Lanfranchi on November 2. Almost after a year since Graeme Smith announced his engagement to Romy Lanfranchi, now, the big day has finally arrived.
The flamboyant cricketer of South Africa revealed the news on Instagram quoting that he got hitched to Romy Lanfranchi. Both the individuals were excited to get hitched, as the pre-wedding pictures and post-wedding pictures went viral on social media panels of the duo.Graeme Smith with his Girlfriend. (Credits – Twitter)
2nd November is an incredible day – Graeme Smith
Earlier, Smith had married Irish singer Morgan Deane in Cape Town in August 2011 with whom he had two children; a girl named Cadence Christine Smith and a boy named Carter McMorrin Smith. However, after 4 years of their marriage, they took divorce after mutual understanding.
Smith tweeted a picture from his wedding on Twitter. “2 November was an incredible day!! #wedding #love #beloftebos #family #friends #blendedfamily #Celebrations,” he wrote.
2 November was an incredible day!!❤️
#wedding#love#beloftebos#family#friends#blendedfamily#Celebrations 😍💍 pic.twitter.com/8Ft5R9xM1r
— Graeme Smith (@GraemeSmith49) November 4, 2019
Well, Graeme Smith has been a notable member in the world cricket for his heroics on the field. n fact he was handed the reins at 22 – which made him his country’s youngest captain and tasked with restoring the faith of his countrymen after Hansie Cronje scenario.
Smith’s captaincy as well as his batting mirror his personality; strong, demonstrative and outwardly aggressive. His crowning glory as captain came when he led his side to a famous test series win in Australia during the 2008-09 season and repeated the feat once again in the 2012-13 tour.
He is one of Wisden”s Cricketers of the Year in 2004, Smith secured a second place on the Honours Board in 2008, hitting a century at Lords in the drawn Test with England. Besides that, he was also impressive in ODIs, scoring 6,989 runs at an average of 37.98, including 10 centuries and 47 fifties. He retired from international cricket in 2014.