Pat Cummins marries fiancée Becky Boston. Cummins and Becky married in June 2020 and are expecting their first child in October 2021.
Australian Test captain Pat Cummins married his fiancée Becky Boston in a lavish ceremony on Saturday, July 30, in Byron Bay. The couple, who have a nine-month-old son named Albie, married at the Chateau Du Soleil, a French-inspired venue, in front of their family and friends. The couple met in 2013 and plan to marry in June 2020.
Pat Cummins and his now-wife Becky Boston’s love story is a perfect example of how love can overcome all obstacles. While Cummins is a well-known and well-liked figure in the cricket world as one of Australia’s best players, it is worth noting that Becky is actually from England. The two countries have an intense rivalry in the sport of cricket. Any such conflict, however, has been hidden by their love.
Pat Cummins marries fiancée Becky Boston.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Cummins looked dapper in his black tuxedo, while Becky dazzled in a cascading white gown and veil. Cummins’ closest friend, comedian Andy Lee, and Andy’s girlfriend Rebecca Harding, as well as Australian spinner Nathan Lyon and his wife Emma McCarthy, who recently married, were in attendance.
Travis Head attended the ceremony as well, accompanied by his pregnant fiancée Jessica Davies. Tim Paine and his wife Bonnie also attended the ceremony. Mitchell Starc, Andrew McDonald, and Josh Hazelwood will also attend the ceremony. When the couple exchanged vows, one of their guests held their son Albie close to them.
Cummins had previously mentioned how the coronavirus pandemic had thwarted their wedding plans. However, after a lengthy delay, the couple finally said “I Do” and began a new chapter in their lives. Cummins was named Australia’s Test captain in December of last year, replacing Tim Paine after an infamous scandal.
Pat Cummins has been a member of the Test crew since 2011.
Cummins made his Test debut at the tender age of 18 in 2011. He was awarded the Allan Border Medal for the best Australian cricketer of the year in 2019 for consistently giving his all for the team.