Former Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke has become a father for the first time. Clarke’s model wife Kyly, gave birth to a baby girl last night, according to the Today Show. It’s reported that the baby girl, whose name is not yet known is born five weeks premature but baby girl and mother Kyly are doing pretty well.

Former Australian cricketer Michael Clarke and model wife Kyly began dating in late 2010s and got married in 15 May 2012.

On 8 July 2015, the couple announced that they are expecting their first child On his official Twitter account posted a picture of him and his wife and wrote, “@KylyClarke and I are extremely ecstatic to announce we are expecting our first child.”

He led Australia to their 5th Cricket World Cup triumph, when his team defeated New Zealand in the final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at the MCG.

Michael Clarke made his first class debut for New South Wales as a seventeen-year-old in the 1999–2000 Sheffield Shield. He made his One Day International debut in January 2003 against England at Adelaide and his Test debut for Australia in October 2004 against India. He was an AIS Australian Cricket Academy scholarship holder in 1999–2000. Clarke also played at an English Club Team in 2002.

However, everything didn’t end the way he would have liked as his form took a dip and he couldn’t help Australia retain the Ashes. After The Ashes loss, Clarke retired from international cricket. congratulates the couple on the arrival of their new family member.