Cricket World Cup 2015

Duminy set for baby duty

2015-02-27 11:38
JP and Sue Duminy (Instagram)

Cape Town - Proteas all-rounder JP Duminy and his wife, Sue, are expecting their first baby together.

According to The Juice website, the couple, who have been together for seven years, have confirmed that their new addition is on the way.

Although they don’t know the sex of the baby yet, Sue says she’s 13 weeks pregnant.

Sue wrote the following message to her husband recently: “This month marks our 7th year together! What a fun, adventurous roller coaster ride it has been.. and what an honour to share it with this man.. my love for you only grows stronger and deeper every single day.. love you always baby!”

Duminy, 30, is currently involved with the Proteas at the Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

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