End of Broad and Anderson made sadder by them being last of their kind | Jonathan Liew

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In an era of white-ball proliferation, England may well never produce another pair of specialist red-ball bowlers to match the record-breaking partners

There was a lovely and rather poignant moment during Mollie King’s Instagram Live feed on Sunday morning. The radio presenter and former pop star was filming a video from her house, chatting gaily away about wellness and vitamin supplements, when all of a sudden her fiance pops up in the comments, apologising for the noise he’s making in the next room.

“That must be him calling the front door,” Mollie laughs. “Stuart? I’ve shut the door so he don’t distract me. He’s sat outside. Come in, babe!” And then, right on cue, in walks Instagram husband: Stuart Broad, all 6ft 6in and 537 Test wickets of him, smiling sheepishly in an MCC training top. Another woman on the call, an Australian nutritionist, remembers that Broad has just been playing in the Ashes, and asks him when he’ll next be back.

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Written by Jonathan Liew
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