Retired Australian speedster, Brett Lee has always been in the news for things more than just cricket - his Hindi speaking abilities, music, glamorous advertising campaigns, off-field-antics and of course his marriage saga. Reports suggest Lee married his girl friend Lana Anderson after moving in together late last year. The wedding ceremony was kept private at his new home in Seaforth.
Lee's first marriage to Elizabeth Kemp lasted only two years as they divorced in 2008. They are parents to a son named Preston, whose main custody lies with Lee's ex-wife.
"The whole thing with Preston has been heartbreaking," Kemp had then said. "I'm a very private person and it's been a difficult time. I don't want it to turn into a mud-slinging match. Brett's the one in the limelight and I prefer to stay away from it all."
Lee found his new love last August according to the Daily Telegraph. They were photographed kissing and holding hands during a fundraiser, though refused to be clicked together on the media wall, and the relationship has now been reportedly taken to another level with the marriage.
Meanwhile in some cricket news from Lord's, only last week was Lee announced to be part of Sachin Tendulkar-led Marylebone Cricket Club XI that will take on Shane Warne-led Rest of the World XI in a Lord's Bicentenary celebration match on July 5.
"I was very proud to have been given MCC Honorary Life Membership last year and it will be a pleasure to help the club celebrate the Lord's Bicentenary by playing in this match," Lee had told reporters. "There are a lot of familiar faces involved in both teams and I'm looking forward to celebrating such a special occasion with them."
The MCC XI also includes the likes of India's Rahul Dravid and England's Paul Collingwood while the Rest of the World XI will feature the much-controversial Kevin Pietersen and legendary spinner Muttiah Muralitharan among others.