Aussie cricketer Peter Siddle and wife Anna Weatherlake have reportedly referred to as stumps on their marriage after 5 years.
Siddle and Weatherlake tied the knot in 2017 after getting engaged in 2015 following a number of years of courting.
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The Daily Telegraph reported that Weatherlake has moved on with Victorian builder Nick McKimm, after photographs emerged on social media of the pair absorbing the European solar.
McKimm and Weatherlake posed for plenty of loved-up photographs as they relaxed with pals on the Greek islands.
The 37-year-old former Australian fast bowler received engaged to Weatherlake simply after Siddle gained the 2015 Sheffield Protect with Victoria.
As Weatherlake defined on the time, Siddle employed his canines to assist him pop the query.
“Every night before bed we take the collars off our dogs, so I started taking Oscar’s off and there was a diamond ring hanging from the end of it. I couldn’t believe it,” Weatherlake stated.
“I didn’t even realise, I went to pass the collar to Sids to put on the bedside table and he just stared at me and the collar and then I noticed it.’’
The pair’s relationship hit some turbulence a number of years ago when Siddle’s struggles with alcohol threatened to derail his life.
Speaking on Neroli Meadows’ Ordineroli Speaking podcast in 2020, Siddle revealed the toll his drinking habits was having on his life and relationships.
“I was partying too hard, and it was getting out of control,” he stated.
“All my relationships that were real close to me, I was just in a way lying to them all.”
He made the choice to stop the booze and celebrated eight years of sobriety on the time of the interview.
However not earlier than he virtually misplaced his relationship with Weatherlake following actions he labelled “disgusting”.
“I’d got myself in some bad situations that could’ve cost myself a relationship with my now-wife,” he stated.
“She comes home to my place with someone else in the room with me, I don’t remember much because I was in the state I was in pretty much every weekend.
“’We needed to talk and that was when I broke down. Yes, I’d f***ed up, but I knew that I wanted her to be in my life.
“I begged her to death, but also, I knew things had to change then.
“I was living two lives in a way. I was living the party boy life and trying to be a cricketer.
“Not just a cricketer who rocks up on the weekend and plays 40 overs and then hangs out with the boys. I was an Australian cricketer, at the time pretty much close to the peak of my powers, and I was throwing it all away.”
Siddle recounted his early days as an Australian Take a look at cricketer, saying his alcohol struggles stemmed from that interval of his life.
“(I was a) young man, on good money, money I’d never thought I’d be able to earn and just pretty much pissing it up against a wall to an extent,’ Siddle said.
He went on to say his decision to drop the drink saved him from being “sacked from cricket before I got to 30”.