• Virat Kohli is setting some husband goals

    Virushka is giving fans series couple goals.

    Virat Kohli ring
    (Photo Source: Twitter)

    Indian captain Virat Kohli who recently got married is leaving no stone unturned to show his wife how much he loves her. He has never been someone who hides his emotion and Virat has been very expressive about his relationship as well putting out posts on social media for Anushka Sharma. The couple is now in Cape Town, South Africa where the Indian team is preparing for the first Test of the series.

    Setting some husband goals

    They’ve been posting about their time together and snaps from the rainbow nation. In what was a really cramped routine for the Indian team, the players have managed to sneak out some quality time to spend with their family. On Thursday, Virat posted a picture with Anushka by his side and wrote a beautiful caption.

    He wrote- “Cape Town is such a beautiful place anyways, and even more beautiful with my one and only!”

    Wedding ring around the neck

    A fan posted a picture with the Indian skipper after one of the practice sessions and soon enough they realized that he was wearing a ring around his neck. As it turns out it is his wedding ring and he opts to wear it as a pendant when he goes out to bat.

    One of Virat and Anushka’s fan clubs on Instagram Virushka_folyf posted the image, highlighting the ring and wrote- “HUSBAND GOALS ❤
    Virat wears his wedding ring on neck with a chain whenever out for a practice session ^_^
    The husband Virat Kohli is inevitably Goals.”

    Anushka travelled to South Africa with her husband as they wished to bring the New Year together. She will soon head back home to fulfil her professional commitments as she has a movie to promote and another one to shoot.

    Virat, on the other hand, is all set for the Proteas challenge. The Men in Blue will lock horns with the hosts in the first Test starting 5th January where they will attempt to script history by winning their first ever Test series in South Africa.

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