You’re Not Dead Dad, You Just Moved, and It’s in Our Hearts: Shane Warne’s Kids

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Warne’s son Jackson, 22, has pledged to ‘try to be happy’ despite losing his ‘best friend’, while daughter Summer said she wishes she had hugged him “stronger” arm.

Warne’s son Jackson, 22, has pledged to ‘try to be happy’ despite losing his ‘best friend’, while daughter Summer said she wishes she had hugged him “stronger” arm.

Struggling to come to terms with their father’s untimely death, Shane Warne’s three children have paid a heartbreaking tribute to the king of spin, saying nothing will fill the void he left in their hearts.

Warne, a spin magician who made the world fall in love with his craft, died Friday at the age of 52 from a suspected heart attack on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand, leaving the world stunned and shocked.

Warne’s son Jackson, 22, has pledged to ‘try to be happy’ despite losing his ‘best friend’, while daughter Summer said she wishes she had it ‘tighter “.

“To my brother, my best friend, to my dad, I love you so much. I don’t think anything can ever fill the void you left in my heart,” Jackson, who rose to fame, said. on reality TV. SAS Australia show last year.

“Sitting at the poker table, walking around the golf course, watching the Saints and eating pizza will never be the same again. But I know that all you ever wanted for me was to be happy, no matter what. I will do, try and be happy.

“I will miss you so much Dad and you were truly the best father and companion anyone could have asked for. I love you so much Dad, see you soon.”

Warne’s eldest daughter Brooke said her father was taken away too soon and “life is so cruel”.

“I will forever cherish our last memories together laughing and joking together. We were happy. We were so similar in so many ways and I always joked that I had your genes and how much that annoyed me!! ” she says.

“Well now I couldn’t be happier and prouder to have your genes. I’m lucky and will always be so proud to call you my forever dad. I love you endlessly and I will miss you forever.”

Warne’s youngest daughter, Summer, said she felt “robbed” of her time with her father and wanted another hug from him.

“Dad, I miss you so much already. I wish I could have held you tighter in what I didn’t know were my last moments with you. And your last breaths were only moments away,” he wrote. she writes.

“Our time has been stolen. I want no more vacations with you, no more laughter where your smile lights up the whole room, no more ‘good night, I love you SJ, I’ll see you tomorrow morning’, no more talking about our days and just to feel safe when you hugged me and let me know how proud you are of me and how much you love me.

“You didn’t die dad, you just moved to a different place, and it’s in our hearts. I wish I could tell you everything would be alright and hold your hand. You’re the best dad ever one could ever ask.”

Warne’s parents, Keith and Brigitte, said finding words to express their sadness was an “impossible task”.

They described the night of March 4 as the start of an “unending nightmare” for their family and said their son’s death was a tragedy they would never accept.

“Finding words to adequately express our sadness is an impossible task for us and looking forward to a future without Shane is inconceivable. I hope the mountain of happy memories we all have will help us deal with our continuing grief,” they said. they said in a statement.

Warne’s brother Jason said “the world has lost someone extremely special to them”, as he lost “my nemesis in all sports when he was a kid, the person who smeared Vegemite under my nose as he pinned me down giving me the typewriter, fat bro, homie.”

Warne’s ex-wife Simone Callahan, who was married to the legendary cricketer for a decade, wrote: ‘Who brings such great light to the world that even after they are gone the light remains.’ Callahan was married to Warne in 1995 but they divorced in 2005.

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