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Cricket rumour: Is Virat Kohli moving to London after retirement? Here’s what’s adding fuel to fire

Cricket rumour: Is Virat Kohli moving to London after retirement? Here’s what’s adding fuel to fire

The internet if rife with speculation that Kohli and his family may now decide to move permanently to London as a result of the cricket player's announcement of his retirement from the T20 format.

There have been many rumors that Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli intend to move to London ever since they became parents to a second child, Akaay Kohli. Following his victory lap with team India at Marine Drive to close out the T20 World Cup triumph celebrations, Virat Kohli was spotted flying to London to spend time with Anushka and his children, Vamika and Akaay.

The internet speculates that the family may now decide to move permanently to London as a result of the cricket player’s announcement of his retirement from the T20 format.

London: Virat Kohli’s preferred destination

Virat Kohli and his family’s love for London is no secret, with Virat and Anushka spending a lot of their free time in U nited Kingdom. Their second child Akaay was born in London. After Akaay was born, the couple lived in London for about two months before Virat came back to India for the T20 World Cup and IPL.

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Kohli’s desire to live a ‘normal’ life

Both Anushka and Virat have consistently said that they lead very modest lives and would much rather not be in the spotlight. Additionally, they want to interact normally with their kids without constantly being photographed.

Virat had previously stated that he enjoys remaining in Europe since it allows them to live a normal life because most people don’t recognize them. Privacy will be a major factor if Virat Kohli indeed settles down in London after hanging up his boots.

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