On the fourth wedding anniversary, Virat Kohli writes Anushka Sharma a sweet note
Kohli posted a photo of them with their "little munchkin" on Instagram
On their fourth wedding anniversary, India's Test captain Virat Kohli wrote an emotional greeting to his wife, Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma. Kohli took to social media to share a snapshot of himself with Anushka and their daughter Vamika, expressing his gratitude for their "little munchkin."
Virat Kohli appeared to be making the most of his time away from competitive cricket, as he and his wife Anushka looked happy.
"4 Years of you handling my silly jokes and my laziness . 4 years of you accepting me for who I am every day and loving me regardless of how annoying I can be. 4 years of the greatest blessing God could've showered on us. 4 years of being married to the most honest, loving, brave woman and the one who inspired me to stand by the right thing even when the whole world could be against you," Virat Kohli wrote on Instagram.
"4 years of being married to YOU. You complete me in every way, I'll always love you with all that I have and more.
"This day is more special as it's our first anniversary as a family and life is complete with this little munchkin."
After dating for a few years, Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma married in a private ceremony in Tuscany, Italy, in 2017. In January of this year, the power couple welcomed their daughter Vamika into the world. Kohli has frequently stated that Anushka has aided him in becoming more calm and serene.
Virat Kohli guided India to a 1-0 victory against world Test champions New Zealand in a two-match series at home earlier this month. Kohli took a vacation following the T20 World Cup, missing a three-match T20I series against New Zealand as well as the first Test in Kanpur before returning for the second Test in Mumbai.
From December 26, Kohli will lead India in a three-match Test series against South Africa. However, he was replaced as ODI captain by Rohit Sharma, who was nominated by the BCCI selection committee earlier this week. Notably, Rohit replaced Kohli as T20I captain after the previous skipper stood down following India's World Cup elimination in the UAE.