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AB de Villiers And His Wife Gets Blessed With A Baby Girl
By CricShots - Nov 20, 2020 4:57 pm
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Former South African cricketer, AB de Villiers informed about the baby girl in his family on Instagram. He revealed that his wife Danielle and him got blessed with a baby girl on November 11, 2020, and she has been named Yente de Villiers. The wicketkeeper-batsman was in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) recently, with Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

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AB de Villiers with his wife Danielle

Taking to social media, Mr. 360 posted a picture with his wife and Yente. He captioned it as, “On 11-11-2020, we welcomed a beautiful baby girl into the world Yente de Villiers, you are the perfect addition to our family and such a blessing. We are grateful beyond measure for YOU! Genade onbeskryklik groot. Dankie Here”.

 

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AB De Villiers and Danielle got hitched in March 2013 after dating each other for a long time. In 2015, they welcomed their first child; Abraham de Villiers. In 2017, their second son John de Villiers was born.

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In the UAE at IPL 2020, De Villiers and RCB finished the league phase at fourth place and lost to SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the Eliminator. He played 15 matches, scoring 454 runs at a strike rate of 158.74. He also slammed five half-centuries with the help of 33 fours and 23 sixes.

De Villiers pulled out of the upcoming Big Bash League (BBL) 2020, and will currently be spending some time with his family.

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Having announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket in 2018, De Villiers had made an attempt of making a comeback and recently announced in 2020 that he wanted to make a comeback for the T20 World Cup, which has now been postponed. It will be interesting to see if the 36-year-old represents his country in the future again.