Chris Gayle has reasons to worry on better-half Natasha Berridge’s birthday
Natasha is celebrating her 32nd birthday and Gayle wished her on the auspicious occasion.
Updated - Aug 19, 2018 2:12 pm
Chris Gayle’s prowess as a ferocious batsman has enthralled the audience over the years. The Jamaican has been an entertainer and the spotlight always remains on the hulk-like Windies batsman. Apart from his cricketing attributes, the 38-year-old has also a happy-go-lucky approach in life. He is married to the drop dead gorgeous Natasha Berridge since May 31, 2009.
The couple gave birth to a daughter back in April 2016 and a rumour spread where Gayle seemingly named her baby as ‘Blush’. However, later they confirmed that her name is Kris-Allyna Gayle. Natasha is celebrating her birthday and Gayle wished her on the auspicious occasion. But, he is concerned for the reason that his credit card has malfunctioned.
Gayle took to Instagram, posted a picture of theirs and wrote, “Happy Birthday sexy Tash… Wish you many-many more…full joy babes…I don’t know why my credit card not working all of a sudden #Blessings #BlessedLove,”
Here is Gayle’s post
An integral part of St Kitts and Nevis
Gayle is currently plying his trade for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in this year’s Caribbean Premier League (CPL). He is the captain of the team, which finished as the runners-up in the last season. However, the team hasn’t had much to cheer in the ongoing event. They won against Trinbago Knight Riders but lost against Guyana Amazon Warriors and Jamaica Tallawahs
Nevertheless, Gayle has been impressive with the willow. He scored 86 runs against Shoaib Malik’s men in their opening match and then chipped in with knocks of 35 and 24 against the Knight Riders and the Tallawahs. Overall he has notched 145 runs from three matches.
His team is languishing at the fifth position and needs some wins under their belt to get their campaign going. Gayle is also expected to don the national colours for the Windies in next year’s 50-over Cricket World Cup in England and Wales.