BCCI officially announced that Virat Kohli, a key player for the Indian cricket team, will not play in the first two Tests of the upcoming 5-match series against England. This has in turn reignited the rumours of his wife Anushka Sharma‘s pregnancy.
According to the statement, Virat Kohli cited ‘personal situations’ as the reason for opting out of the upcoming series.He communicated this decision to Rohit Sharma, team management, and selectors. BCCI respects and supports Virat’s choice to skip the Test series against England.

Following the statement, people started speculating about his wife, Anushka Sharma’s pregnancy. There have been ongoing reports suggesting that Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are expecting their second child. While neither of them has confirmed this with the media, speculation has arisen due to Anushka’s outfits and appearance in recent public outings, leading many to believe that she might be pregnant.

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While one user wrote, ‘Baby is coming’, another one added, ‘Take care my boy’. A fan also commented, ‘Best wishes for baby King Kohli’.
Anushka and Virat, who tied the knot in 2017 in a intimate and dreamy destination wedding, are already parents to a beautiful baby girl whom they have named Vamika.

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