Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have been setting dating goals since they started dating – and have never confirmed the same to the world. After an intimate and dreamy wedding in Tuscany, Italy, in December 2017, the couple’s social media PDA has never stopped winning our hearts. But soon after they got married, the Indian skipper was asked about the children.
When the powerful couple weren’t planning on having a child, the star cricketer spoke about one of the many things he wanted to do when they finally welcomed children. Yes, children are not children – so we assume that Vamika (born January 11, 2021) will not be the only child to benefit from the education of Virat and Anushka. Read on to find out what the change is.
In an interview with ESPN in 2018, Virat Kohli spoke about one of the many changes he would make when he and Anushka Sharma had children. The skipper of the Indian cricket team had said he had a life and a family and he really wanted to have children. He continued, “They deserve all my time. This is something very, very clear and close to my heart.
Adding further, Virat Kohli said: “I don’t want any part of my career to be flashed in my house. I don’t want any of my trophies, my accomplishments, anything in my house when our kids are growing up.
Well, that’s a really thoughtful thing to do, Virat. In this frenetic race, it’s nice to see parents not wanting to pressure their children to follow in their footsteps by showing their success.
Currently, Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are doing their best to raise funds to help people cope with the current Covid crisis. Via a crowdfunding platform Ketto, the powerful couple donated Rs 2 crore for the #InThisTogether campaign. They aim to raise Rs 7 crore for Covid relief in India.
They are good role models for Vamika and all the future children they have.
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