(LANKAPUVATH | COLOMBO) –The children of the late Shane Warne have made an emotional visit with their mother to a statue of the cricket great outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Warne died on March 4 on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand. He was 52.
Since then his statue in the grounds of the MCG has been adorned with flowers from wellwishers and fans.
On Tuesday, Warne’s children Jackson, Brooke and Summer along with mum Simone Callahan also made the pilgrimage to the statue.
On her Instagram account, Summer Warne, 20, posted an image of the family at the monument with the caption “always here with us dad”.
She followed that up with an image of her father proudly standing beside the statue. That picture was captioned with a love heart emoji.
The statue of Warne, getting ready to bowl, was erected at the MCG in 2011.