Jonty Rhodes ties the knot

2014-11-03 12:21
Jonty Rhodes
Cape Town - Former Proteas cricketer Jonty Rhodes recently tied the knot with Melanie Wolf.

According to Netwerk24, Rhodes and Wolf got married in the Boland town of Malmesbury late last month.

Rhodes, 45, is the current fielding coach of Indian Premier League outfit, Mumbai Indians.

According to YOU Magazine, Rhodes met Wolf, an architect from Onrus, when he was engaged to Caroline McClelland. Rhodes broke off his engagement to start a relationship with Wolf, who was reportedly designing Rhodes and McClelland's dream home.

Rhodes was previously married to Kate McCarthy for 15 years. They have two kids, Daniella (13) and Ross (8).

Rhodes and McCarthy divorced in 2013 after he left her for McClelland in 2009.

Rhodes played 52 Tests and 245 ODIs for the Proteas between 1992 and 2003.

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