Shane Warne’s daughter Brooke shares rarely seen photos of her new life in London with boyfriend Alex Heath – including one with Ed Sheeran
Brooke Warne has shared a number of photos from her travels in London, including a picture with UK superstar Ed Sheeran.
Brooke, who recently relocated to the capital to be with her boyfriend Alex Heath, shared an intimate gallery to Instagram on Thursday.
The blonde star, the eldest daughter of legendary cricketer Shane Warne, was all smiles as she walked around the city.
Brooke Warne has shared rarely seen photos of her life in London with boyfriend Alex Heath (both pictured)
One photo showed Brooke and Alex enjoying a nice dinner out together.
Meanwhile, another image showed her with Ed Sheeran, as she and Alex had a quiet drink with the chart-topping superstar.
The Bad Habits hitmaker memorably sung at her late father’s memorial in Melbourne.
Other photos showed a selection of food shots from London with the pair looking to indulge in a few meals together.
Yet another photo showed her with Ed Sheeran (left), as she and Alex had a quiet drink with the chart-topping superstar
Brooke, who celebrated her 25th birthday last month, was recently seen visiting Shane’s $4.7million mansion in North West London.
She was pictured carrying some bags containing his belongings to a van parked outside.
Brooke was joined by a group of supportive friends and was visibly emotional.
Other photos showed the pair with friends on a night out
Brooke also shared a number of photos from the streets of the city
Brooke is the eldest of Shane’s three children from his marriage to ex-wife Simone Callahan.
Shane died on March 4 at the age of 52 while on holiday with his friends in Koh Samui, Thailand. He died from ‘natural causes’, an autopsy concluded.
Thai police said he was staying in the villa with four friends, and when one of the group tried to wake Shane at about 5pm local time he was found to be unresponsive.
The likes of Kylie Minogue, Hugh Jackman and Chris Martin paid tribute to Shane at his star-studded state memorial later that month
Shane (pictured on December 28, 2006) died on March 4 at the age of 52 while on holiday with his friends in Koh Samui, Thailand. He died from ‘natural causes’, an autopsy concluded
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