Who is Georgie Hodge? Danielle Wyatt gets engaged to girlfriend, shares heart-warming pictureGeorgie Hodge and Danielle Wyatt got engaged in South Africa after dating each other for quite sometime Author : Guneet kaur
Female England cricketer Danielle Wyatt made her relationship official with Georgie Hodge by sharing a post on her Instagram handle. Danielle Wyatt and Georgie Hodge shared a picture on their official Instagram accounts on 2nd March 2023 kissing each other and flaunting a ring. They captioned the post as, “Mine Forever.” Danielle and Georgie twinned in black and white attire. The duo got engaged in South Africa. Various celebrities and cricketers like Harleen Deol, Alexandra Hartley, Sarah Taylor, Pooja Vastrakar, Alana King, Veda Krishnamurthy, and Amelia Kerr congratulated the couple for an all-new journey.
Who is Georgie Hodge?
Georgie Hodge is the Head of women’s football at CAA Base, an agency dedicated to the growth of footballers’ careers. Apart from this, she has been an Acquisition & Athlete Manager at Sportslobster. Adding to this, Georgie Hodge has worked as an account and campaign manager at Barclays. Talking about her education, Georgie Hodge completed her schooling from Cranleigh School. Later she did her graduation a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Joint: Communication, Media & Culture; and Sports & Coaching Studies from Oxford Brookes University.
Danielle Wyatt who is fondly known as Waggy had been in two past relationships with footballers. In 2015, she was quoted as saying, “They say I am a wannabe WAG.” She also garnered a lot of media attention when she proposed to Virat Kohli in 2014 and tweeted, “Kholi marry me!!.” On a professional front, Wyatt has played 102 ODIs and 143 T20Is for England. She has a record of scoring 1776 runs and 27 wickets in the 50-over format. Apart from this, she has also scored 2369 runs and scalped 46 wickets in the shortest format.
Wyatt despite being such a good player went unsold in the Women’s Premiere League 2023 auction. The cricketer herself took to Twitter to express disappointment on not being picked for the tournament.