Meet Clare Ratcliffe, the woman England cricket ace Ben Stokes is married to.

Ben Stokes missed the 2017/18 Ashes series after his spat outside a Bristol nightclub.


However, the 28-year-old has been a key figure for England this series.


Ben stokes is completely backed in his cricket career by his better half Clare Ratcliffe.

But do you know who is she and what do we know about her?


Who is Ben Stokes' wife?


Clare Ratcliffe is Stokes' childhood love.


The couple got engaged in 2013 preceding getting married in October 2017.

Their wedding was held in East Brent, Somerset.


A large group of Stokes' England colleagues were in participation including the likes of Stuart Broad, Jos Buttler, and Eoin Morgan.


Stokes' better half Clare is a primary school teacher.


She has recently named herself as a "cricket widow" while likewise portraying herself as a PA to her better half.  


The couple is parents to two kids.

Child Leyton was their first child, who was born in 2002, while sister Libby was born in 2015.


The family lives respectively in Durham, where Stokes plays region cricket.


The England cricket star has conceded that beginning a family constrained him to get matured rapidly and make a couple of way of life changes.

"It has transformed me being a father since when you have a child and you're just 22, that carries a great deal of duty with it," Stokes told the Daily Mail in 2013.


"Regardless, I think I am somewhat still a lad yet there were only a couple of things throughout my life that required a touch of consideration and I've taken care of them now."


by Lokendra Sharma | Mon, Aug 26 - 01:00 PM

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