'Surprised' AB de Villiers has a message for Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma

New Delhi: Indian skipper Virat Kohli and his girlfriend – Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma got married on December 11 after many rumours. The couple announced it formally by sharing the same tweet on their official Twitter handle with a picture from the wedding.

While everyone from cricket and B-town wished the couple a happy married life and good fortune, South Africa cricketer AB de Villiers and Kohli’s teammate in Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) AB de Villiers was left very ‘surprised’.

The Protea, however, wished the newly-wed in a video message posted on his official app saying he hopes for many kids to come.

“Congratulations to Virat and Anushka for getting married. Took me by surprise. But I always knew who had a surprise up your sleeve. So, congrats to my good friend Virat, and Anushka. I know you guys are going to have a very happy life together and hopefully many kids to come,” he said in the video.

Kohli and Anushka were seen leaving for Italy at Delhi and Mumbai airports respectively after the end of third and final Test between India and Sri Lanka in Delhi on December 8.

While the wedding was a close-knit affair, the couple will be holding a grand reception in Delhi on December 21 and in Mumbai on December 26. The invitations have been sent out and it itself is something very unique with a sapling in it. After both receptions are over, Anushka will accompany Virat to South Africa where both will bring the new year together. Later, the Bollywood actress will return to India to complete the shooting of an unnamed film, while Kohli will start practice sessions with his teammates to take on the Proteas.

The Indian skipper, who has been rested from the ODIs and T20Is against Sri Lanka, will join the team for the upcoming tour of South Africa, starting January 5 next year.

Rohit Kumar founded Vimocafe in 2016. He covers Entertainment news from the Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada Film industries.