New Delhi: Former captain Michael Clarke, who won Australia the 2015 World Cup trophy, is in discussion about his personal life these days. Recently, Michael Clarke has bought a new bachelor house worth about 70 crores. Michael Clarke divorced his wife Kylie Boldy in the year 2019.
Divorced wife and left girlfriend too
According to The Australian, Clarke and Kylie were divorced for 40 million Australian dollars (about Rs 192 crore). In the year 2018, there were reports from Australian media that Michael Clarke was having an extra-marital affair with his assistant Sasha Armstrong. Due to this affair, it was feared that Clarke had divorced from his wife Kylie.
This captain bought a house worth 70 crores
Talking about Michael Clarke’s house, he has bought it at auction. Actually, bachelor pad is called where a bachelor or bachelor’s male lives. This new home of Michael Clarke is built in European style, in which there are a total of 5 rooms.
This captain having fun in the bungalow of 70 crores
Two years ago, Philip and Annette Johnston of Canada bought this flat for $ 9.5 million, while now this former Australian player has bought it for about $ 13 million i.e. Rs 70 crore. Clark’s new flat is just one block away from the Fitzwilliam Mansion, where he used to live with his ex-wife, Kylie.
The couple bought the Fitzwilliam Mansion in 2014 for about $8.3 million. But he sold that flat in February for about $ 12 million. Let us tell you that Michael Clarke separated from his wife in the year 2019. Currently, both Clarke and his ex-wife Kylie share custody of their 5-year-old daughter, Kesley Lee.
Many world class amenities at home
Clark’s new home is spread over an area of 784 sqm. This luxurious flat features a mineralized gas heated tile pool, two outdoor showers and Tuscan style cabanas. Along with this, there are many beaches very close to Clark’s flat. Let us tell you that earlier this year, Clarke and famous fashion designer Edwards also had a breakup.
Michael Clarke was the champion captain of Australia
Michael Clarke won Australia the title of ICC World Cup 2015. Also, he is the first captain to captain Australia in T20. Clarke retired from cricket in August 2015. Clarke has scored 8643 runs in 115 Test matches, 7981 runs in 245 ODIs and 488 runs in 34 T20 matches. During this, Clarke scored a total of 36 centuries in international cricket. Clarke is counted among the best batsmen of his time.