Mitchell Starc and Alyssa Healy are one of those couples who play the same sport for their own country. It is safe to say that a lot of young people look up to them as a couple and deep down want a relationship like theirs. If we talk about their love story from the start, it’s even more beautiful. The love birds met at the age of 9 and since then they haven’t stopped loving each other.
After keeping the relationship private for a long time, they decided to let everybody know. In 2015, they announced their engagement and took their relationship to the next level. One year later, in 2016, they tied the knot with each other. They are known as a power couple as they keep cheering for each other on every possible occasion. They are truly dedicated and supportive towards each other and their fans love it.
One of the best things about them as a couple is their efforts to keep their personal and professional life separate. However, due to cricket commitments, the couple have to spend most of the time away from each other. Healy stated that at times it becomes difficult for them to meet each other but somehow they manage to balance their work and personal lives. This is the reason why fans from all over the World call them the ‘Power Couple.’
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Australian fast bowler, Mitchell Starc, is one of the best bowlers in the history of the game. Born on January 30, 1990, in New South Wales, Starc has become a linchpin in Australia’s pace attack. His ability to generate pace, swing the ball both ways and deliver lethal yorkers at important times makes him a potent threat for any batting lineup. Starc rose to prominence during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, finishing as the tournament’s highest wicket-taker with 22 wickets. His performances played a pivotal role in Australia securing the title.
Alyssa Healy, the Australian women’s team’s captain, is married to Mitchell Starc. She was born on March 24, 1990, in Queensland. Healy is a keeper-batter and plays for the Sydney Sixers in BBL and New South Wales in domestic cricket. She has won the Guinness World Record for the highest catch of a cricket ball at 82.5m and also has scored the fastest 50 off 30 balls across formats in the history of ICC event finals.