Maxwell announces engagement with Indian origin girlfriend
Australia’s star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has announced engagement with long-time Indian origin girlfriend Vini Raman on Wednesday.
Maxwell took to social media to share the photo of himself with the girlfriend based in Melbourne. In the photo, Raman can be seen posing with the engagement ring.
Raman also posted a picture on her Instagram account and revealed that Glenn Maxwell had asked her to marry him last week. “Last week my favourite person asked me to marry him #YES,” she captioned the post.
According to Vini Raman’s social media, she is a pharmacist residing in Melbourne. Maxwell has been dating her for quite some time, with the photos of the couple first emerged on social media in 2017. The two were also spotted together at the Australian Cricket Awards in 2019.
Notably, Maxwell had taken a mental health break back in October last year, and he had credited his girlfiend for first noticing the change in him.
“It was actually my partner who suggested I speak to someone, she was the first one who noticed it, so I should probably thank her as well. Once I had that initial conversation it was a big weight off my shoulders,” the 31-year-old explosive batsman had said.
“My girlfriend was probably No. 1, it wasn’t an easy job for her to deal with me going through my mood swings for the first few weeks, but Michael Lloyd was the guy I had the initial conversation with, he’s been someone who I’ve confided in since back in the academy days, so I’ve known him for well over a decade now.”
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Choosing between having a few days off after what’s been an intense year of being away from home, travelling & cricket orrrr playing a 4 day game for @lancashirecricket . No surprises in guessing what @gmaxi_32 picked. Can never fault the dedication and forever proud to stand by your side through it all ❤️
Now out with a surgery on his left elbow, Maxwell is expected to make comeback during the 2020 edition of Indian Premier League (IPL). He has been bought by Kings XI Punjab for a whopping Rs 10.75 crore.