Shane Warne is no stranger to being in the spotlight – from scandals to high profile breakups and of course, his cricket career as the ‘king of spin,’ the bowler has arguably gained just as much attention off the pitch as he has on it.
Now as the 49-year-old reaches the big five-zero, he has decided to lay it all on the line in his new memoir No Spin, including chapters about his family life during his divorce from Simone Callahan after he was caught sexting another woman.
As a dad to Summer, 17, Jackson, 19 and Brooke, 21, Shane admitted that writing about his family was, “one of the hardest things to do,” while speaking to The Morning Show on Friday.
“The other silver lining of that divorce was that we talk about everything there’s nothing off limits and
And despite there being times where the media attention on Shane hasn’t exactly been positive, his kids still continue to speak highly of him.
“People say we must be embarrassed by him but we’re not we love him actually, we’re sometimes embarrassed by the things on social media… but he’s learning from his mistakes,” Jackson said of Shane.
During the rest of the interview, Shane couldn’t help but gush over his children whenever he could.
As for looking for his love life, Shane admitted he hopes to meet someone soon, saying “T