Virat and Anushka tied the knot in a private ceremony in Tuscany, Italy, on December 11, 2017, creating a buzz in the realms of sports and entertainment. Since then, they have remained in the spotlight, and in January 2021, they welcomed their daughter, Vamika.
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have set an inspiring example of a strong and affectionate relationship, serving as a role model for many. Their public displays of love and mutual admiration consistently define what it means to be in a supportive and loving partnership.
In a recent interview, Virat Kohli continued to shower praise on his actress-wife, Anushka, commending her for her exceptional ability to ‘handle everything’ and keep the family united, especially after the arrival of their daughter, Vamika. For those who may not be aware, the couple joyfully welcomed their daughter, Vamika, in 2021, embarking on their journey into parenthood.
“When you see a life partner become a mother that’s when you realise and understand the strength of a mother. The way Anushka handled everything is astonishing, she shot a whole film in between,” Kohli said in an interview with Wrogn.
He also attributed Anushka to bringing positive changes in his life. “I have learned from Anushka how to stand by the truth when no one else is willing to believe you or even listen to what you have to say – she always told me you know if you are standing by the truth then you don’t have to worry about anything because the path will carve itself out and things will always be clean and separated, ” Kohli stated.
Previously, Anushka playfully labeled Virat as a ‘storm chaser’ when the cricketer narrowly missed achieving a century during the India vs. New Zealand match in the ongoing 2023 World Cup. For those unfamiliar with the context, Virat Kohli had previously won the hearts of cricket enthusiasts with a breathtaking match-winning performance against New Zealand in the captivating Dharamshala arena. Kohli’s splendid innings featured a remarkable 95 runs from a mere 104 deliveries, which included eight boundaries and two towering sixes, before Matt Henry was able to secure his dismissal.