Michael Clarke’s Wife Angry With Him For His Closeness With His PA
By CricShots - Nov 13, 2018 2:46 pm
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Back on May 15, 2012, former Australian skipper, Michael Clarke got hitched with business owner and model Kyly Boldy and five years later on July 8, 2015, the couple gave birth to their first girl child and reportedly named her Kelsey Lee. However, all’s doesn’t seem to be well between the couple by any stretch of the imagination.

Michael Clarke having fun with his PA at a Yacht

At the Melbourne Cup last week, Australia’s most popular racing event, Kyly was seen attending the event alone and most importantly, she wasn’t wearing her wedding ring. According to some of the speculations, it has been set that the two have separated. However, their representative later mentioned that they are going pretty strong.

Recently, another revelation has come forward regarding their rumored souring relationship. Kyly is upset after seeing Clarke’s pictures with his assistant Sasha Armstrong, who was wearing a bikini, on a luxury yacht in Sydney as per reports in Australian magazine Woman’s Day.

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Talking about the same, one cricket insider told Woman’s Day, “Of course she’s [Kyly] annoyed by the pictures. Which woman wouldn’t be? They [Clarke and Armstrong] have a very unorthodox relationship for a business situation. When it comes to business, Michael often turns to Sasha before Kyly. He made a decision back in 2013 to self-manage himself, and we all had a chuckle when he hired this gorgeous leggy blonde as a PA.”

Michael Clarke with his wife Kyly Boldy

Armstrong started working for Clarke in 2014 as his executive assistant. As per her account on Linkedin, Sasha Armstrong was also appointed as the executive director of Clarke’s cricket academy in 2017.

Michael Clarke made his international debut back in 2003 and turned out to be a vital cog of the Australian team. The New South Wales-born cricketer went on to play 115 Tests, 245 ODIs and 34 T20Is in which he scored 8643, 7981 and 488 runs respectively. His last appearance for the national team was against England in a Test match at The Oval in August 2015.