Cricket WAG and SAS Australia star Erin Holland says she’s tired of missing husband Ben Cutting after being separated for months due to work commitments
She is the cricket WAG and the model who happily tied the knot with her husband Ben Cutting in February.
But on Saturday, Erin Holland shared an emotional post on Instagram after being separated from her athlete husband for months due to their respective work commitments.
Erin wrote a throwback photo of the happy couple on her Instagram: “I’m tired of missing you.. I realized we’ve been married for 2/8 months, actually together.”
Miss you: Erin Holland shared an emotional post on Instagram on Saturday after being separated from her cricketer husband Ben Cutting for months.
Meanwhile, Erin, 32, hinted that despite the desire to reunite, hope was in sight, adding, “One more week to go.”
The photo shows Erin looking lovingly into her partner’s face as she hugs him around his waist.
Ben, an Australian cricketer, smiles from ear to ear in front of his wife.
Not for long! Meanwhile, Erin, 32, hinted that despite the desire to reunite, hope was in sight, adding, “One more week to go.” Pictured, Ben, Erin and their pet Sicari
The two separated as he was traveling for work commitments, as she recently flew back to Sydney after participating in SAS Australia.
During her time on the show, she recalled the devastating moment when she felt she needed her husband’s presence after she was robbed.
Erin, told directing staff (DS) that three men broke in while she was alone and slept in the upstairs bedroom, saying she was “feeling so vulnerable” because she was in a heavy sleep after taking sleep medication earlier in the evening. .
Heartbreaking: During her time on the show, she recalled the devastating moment she felt she needed her husband’s presence after being robbed
“I was broken into by three men at 4 a.m. on Boxing Day morning while I was sleeping upstairs,” she said. “I never take anti-anxiety drugs or sleeping pills or anything like that, but I did that night.”
Fortunately, the assailants did not enter the bedroom where she was sleeping – and Erin said she didn’t even realize what had happened until she checked CCTV footage the next day.
“It almost made me feel worse,” she told the camera. “That I was so completely oblivious that in that situation I wouldn’t have had a chance to protect myself or do anything to help myself.”
Devastated: “It almost made me feel worse?” she told the camera. “That I was so completely oblivious that in that situation I wouldn’t have had a chance to protect myself or do anything to help myself.”
Meanwhile, Erin also burst into tears when she spoke about her husband Ben.
She revealed how heartbroken she was that she had been separated from the Australian cricketer for ‘the better part of six months’ due to the 2020 pandemic.
She also shared her grief at being “locked out from Queensland” and unable to attend her aunt’s funeral – who she says was her “closest relative, except my parents.”
Erin and Ben finally tied the knot in Byron Bay on February 13, after having their wedding rescheduled twice due to the coronavirus pandemic. They have home bases in Sydney and Queensland.
Love Wins: Erin and Ben finally tied the knot on February 13 in Byron Bay, after having their wedding rescheduled twice due to the coronavirus pandemic