Shane Warne’s ex-wife Simone Callahan posted a touching montage on Tuesday to celebrate his 53rd birthday.
The cricket legend tragically died while on vacation in Thailand on March 4.
The heartbreaking clip features family footage of their family life as well as intimate photos of the couple taken in happier times.
Shane Warne’s ex-wife Simone Callahan posted a touching montage on Tuesday to celebrate the cricket giant’s 53rd birthday
The couple has three children – Brooke, 24, Jackson, 23, and Summer, 20.
Shane and Simone married in 1999 and were married for six years before divorcing in 2005.
Using Coldplay’s song Everglow as the soundtrack, the video celebrates Shane as a doting father.
Footage in the poignant clip includes a happy-looking Shane playing with his kids as they are toddlers.
A precious moment shows the legendary bowler helping Jackson and Summer raise some wild pigeons.
The heartbreaking clip features movie content about their family life. A precious moment shows the legendary bowler helping Jackson and Summer raise some wild pigeons
Simone also posted pictures of her family vacation to Disneyland
Another emotional scene shows Shane pushing her son Jackson in a miniature baby swing.
Simone also included photos of the family vacation to Disneyland.
The clip ends with Shane sadly staring at the cricket’s distinctive wide-brimmed hat.
“Happy birthday Shane paradise,” Simone wrote in the caption. ‘We all miss you so much’
“Happy birthday Shane paradise,” Simone wrote in the caption. ‘We all miss you so much.’
Olympic swimming giant Lisa Curry is one of many people who have sent love to Simone and her children.
“Love to you and family, happy birthday Shane,” she texted, signing her post with three kisses.
Simone also shared this throwback photo of Shane and their children Jackson, Brooke and Summer (LR)
Shane family members gained access to his Instagram account on Tuesday, which has been inactive since his death to post their own tributes.
The Warne’s posted six frames to the grid to form the famous image of Shane bowing during a cricket match, along with the simple caption: ‘1969-2022.’
The family wrote: ‘A legacy gives you perspective on what matters. It is about the richness in an individual’s life, including what they have achieved and their impact on people and places. Shane’s legacy will live on forever. ‘
Closing message: ‘Happy birthday – always in our hearts.’
Shane and Simone got married in 1999 and were married for six years before divorcing in 2005
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