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Elizabeth Hurley Is Engaged To Cricket Star Shane Warne


Oct. 1 2011, Published 6:54 a.m. ET

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Elizabeth Hurley and her former cricketer boyfriend Shane Warne are set to walk down the aisle, can report.

Hurley and Warne got engaged when the bad boy bowler proposed during a golfing trip to St Andrews in Scotland and the British beauty is over the moon.

"Thanks for all your congratulations," she wrote on her Twitter page along with a photo of her and Warne, 42, just moments before the dinner where he publicly popped the question.

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The model/actress turned swimwear designer, 45, is now sporting a beautiful sapphire and diamond engagement ring.

Warne is widely considered one of the greatest cricket players of all time. His exploits on the field were matched by those off, with the Australian press publishing dozens of stories about his alleged marital indiscretions including multiple sexting scandals.

As reported last December, their romance was revealed when a London newspaper published photos of them kissing. They were both married at the time, she to Arun Nayer and he to Simone Callahan.


Hurley acknowledged the affair, revealing that she and Nayer had secretly split. She filed for divorce four months later. It was finalized in June.

Hurley has a son from her romance with multimillionaire movie producer and political activist Stephen Bing. Warne has three children with his ex-wife.

They've not yet announced a wedding date.


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