Tragedy Shane Warne vows to ‘live a less competitive life’ before suddenly passing away

Tragic cricketer Shane Warne had pledged to ‘live a less competitive life’ before his sudden death on Friday. He also hinted that his reason was to rekindle his romance with Liz Hurley

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Australian tragic tennis player Shane Warne vowed to “live the little life on the sidelines” and hinted at rekindling his romance with Liz Hurley before his sudden death.

The 52-year-old died on Friday from a heart attack.

He was discovered unresponsive in his hotel room in Koh Samui, Thailand.

Not long before the news of Shane’s tragic death broke, he revealed that he would become a more private person, and even hinted in his memoirs that he wanted to everything is different with the ex.

Shane Warne died suddenly on Friday


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Before that, they were married for three years until things went awry between the couple.

Shane says in her book: “For most of my life, I didn’t take the consequences into account. But as a father of three grown children, I definitely had to do it now, or else I would. their growth will pass to me.”

“So I’ll keep things to myself more and live my life less.

“The truth is I want to share my life with a wonderful woman, not a lonely old man b**g turning on the news here and there.

“The more I think back on my time with Elizabeth, the more I reflect on how worthwhile a good relationship is.

“I can’t think of anything better than being in a strong and caring relationship.”

Shane’s ex-fiancée, Elizabeth Hurley, was among those to pay tribute to the late sports star



He also stated that being with the actress was “like a bit of magic”.

Shane added in her bio: “I will always care about her and will be there if she needs me. We had something very special.

“I don’t regret it and now have a special friend forever. Who knows what the future holds?”

Shane was found dead last Friday.

However, just hours before his death, he was described as “full of life” after arriving for the holiday.

It is reported that he even called his tailor to buy a fitted suit just 5 hours before he was found in his room.

He wants to keep his life private and live to do more adventurous things

“I love cricket and Shane Warne is a hero of mine. It was a great privilege to sew his clothes,” Parsuram Panday said. Sun.

“He went to pick up clothes on Saturday or Sunday, so when I heard the news of his death, I was shocked and saddened.

“I couldn’t believe I spoke to him just hours before. When he walked into the store, he was so happy, strong and full of life and energy.”

Parsuram added: “He’s buzzing with excitement. He says he’s ready to rest because it’s been a busy summer in Australia. He’s looking forward to hanging out in the bars.”

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