Wasim Akram going to marry With Shaniera Thompson Photos Videos about this news will be posted here soon.Former public relations consultant from Brighton, Thompson is a convert to Islam, Pakistan will call home. She said Akram nervous about the proposal in the traditional way.
“He was sweet really about it. Asked me what my suggestion would be a dream, and I said that I was not the type of woman to such scenes great. Said I want her to be at home or somewhere private. Then came to the hall, on his knee and asked me if I wanted to to marry him, “she said:
Participates Pakistan cricket great Wasim Akram that marries Melbourne Shaniera the woman Thompson.
The famous left-arm bowler, 47, proposed on bended knee in the living room to Ms. Thompson, 30.
“It was a romantic moment in my life because it was very real,” she said.
Former public relations consultant from Brighton, Mrs. Thompson turned to Islam, Pakistan will call home. She said Akram nervous about the proposal in the traditional way.
Wasim Akram going to marry With Shaniera Thompson
“He was really sweet about it.
He asked me what my dream proposal would be and I said I’m not the type who likes a woman of great scenery. I want her to be at home or somewhere private.
“Then I came in the living room, and was on his knee and asked me if I marry him.”
But the festive mood was soon broken by a worried look on his face Thomson.
Akram said: “If we do it the traditional way, then you have to ask my father.”
He called Mrs. Thompson’s father, who gave his blessing.
The two met in Melbourne in 2011, Akram said he was happy he found love.
“I do not think I’ll get married again, but I’m lucky and very happy to find love again,” he said.
“It just goes to show that life can give you a second chance.”
Akram’s first wife, Houma, died in 2009. They had two boys, aged 15 and now 12.
During their get together, the country’s budding stars will study technique, fitness and grooming and receive a lecture from top Pakistani stylist Nabila Ahmed on how to look good both on and off the field.
‘A good hairstyle and good dress sense add confidence,’ said Akram, who took over 400 wickets for his country. ‘
‘We want to tell the players through Nabila’s lecture how to present yourself as a person which is very important for international players as they are ambassadors of the country.
‘ As a person you need to look presentable, which I feel has been missing in some of our players.’