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SAS Australia: Erin Holland says she’s ‘sick of missing’ her husband Ben Cutting

Cricket WAG and SAS Australia star Erin Holland says she’s ‘sick of missing’ her husband Ben Cutting after being separated for months due to work commitments


She’s the cricket WAG and model who blissfully tied the knot with her husband Ben Cutting in February.

But on Saturday, Erin Holland has shared an emotional message on Instagram, after being separated from her athlete husband for months on end due to their respective work commitments.

Posting a throwback photograph of the happy couple to her Instagram Erin wrote: ‘Sick of missing you.. Realised we’ve spent 2/8 months married actually together.’

Missing you: On Saturday, Erin Holland has shared an emotional message on Instagram, after being separated from her cricketer husband Ben Cutting for months on end

Meanwhile, Erin, 32, hinted that despite the yearning to reunite, there was hope in sight, adding: ‘One week to go.’  

In the picture, Erin is seen looking lovingly into her partner’s face, while embracing him at his waist.

Ben, who is an Australian cricketer, is seen beaming a smile from ear-to-ear in the presence of his wife. 

Not long now! Meanwhile, Erin, 32, hinted that despite the yearning to reunite, there was hope in sight, adding: 'One week to go.' Pictured, Ben, Erin and their pet pooch Sicari

Not long now! Meanwhile, Erin, 32, hinted that despite the yearning to reunite, there was hope in sight, adding: ‘One week to go.’ Pictured, Ben, Erin and their pet pooch Sicari

The two have been separated as he has been travelling for work commitments, while she recently flew back to Sydney after taking part in SAS Australia.

During her time on the show, she recalled the devastating moment she felt she needed her husband’s presence after being robbed.

Erin, told the directing staff (DS) that three men had broken in while she was alone and asleep in the upstairs bedroom, saying she ‘felt so vulnerable’ as she was in a heavy slumber after taking sleep medication earlier in the evening. 

Heartbreaking: During her time on the show, she recalled the devastating moment she felt she needed her husband's presence after being robbed

Heartbreaking: During her time on the show, she recalled the devastating moment she felt she needed her husband’s presence after being robbed

‘I got broken into by three guys, on Boxing Day morning at 4am while I was asleep upstairs,’ she said. ‘I never ever take any anxiety meds or sleep aids or anything like that, but I did that night.’

Luckily, the perpetrators didn’t come into the bedroom where she slept – with Erin saying she didn’t even realise what had happened until watching CCTV footage the following day.

‘It almost made me feel worse,’ she told the camera. ‘That I was so completely unaware, so there wouldn’t have been any chance to protect myself or do anything to help myself in that situation.’

Devastated: 'It almost made me feel worse?' she told the camera. 'That I was so completely unaware, so there wouldn't have been any chance to protect myself or do anything to help myself in that situation'

Devastated: ‘It almost made me feel worse?’ she told the camera. ‘That I was so completely unaware, so there wouldn’t have been any chance to protect myself or do anything to help myself in that situation’

Meanwhile, Erin also teared up when speaking about her husband, Ben.

She revealed how heartbroken she was to have been separated from the Aussie cricketer ‘for the better part of six months’ due to the pandemic in 2020.

She also shared her heartache that she was ‘locked out of Queensland’, and was unable to attend the funeral of her aunt – who she says was her ‘closest family member other than my parents’.

Erin and Ben finally tied the knot on February 13 in Byron Bay, after rescheduling their wedding twice due to the coronavirus pandemic. They have home bases in Sydney and Queensland.

Love wins: Erin and Ben finally tied the knot on February 13 in Byron Bay, after rescheduling their wedding twice due to the coronavirus pandemic

Love wins: Erin and Ben finally tied the knot on February 13 in Byron Bay, after rescheduling their wedding twice due to the coronavirus pandemic 

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