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The Ashes: Pat Cummins steps out in Brisbane with fiancée Becky and son Albie

Pat Cummins carries his newborn son Albie as he steps out in Brisbane with fiancée Becky Boston… after replacing Tim Paine as Australia’s Test cricket captain for The Ashes series


Pat Cummins was last week confirmed as the new Australian men’s Test cricket captain, replacing Tim Paine after his sexting scandal rocked the sport.

And Pat, 28, enjoyed some family time in Brisbane on Tuesday ahead of the first Ashes Test, which is due to begin next week on December 8.

He doted on his newborn son, Albie, as he went for a stroll with his fiancée, Becky Boston, and her mother, Janie, in the Queensland capital.

Doting dad: Cricketer Pat Cummins enjoyed some family time in Brisbane on Tuesday ahead of the first Ashes Test, which is due to begin next week on December 8

Pat cut a laid-back figure in a black T-shirt and shorts, which he teamed with white sneakers and beige socks.

The sportsman accessorised with a silver wristwatch.

Becky, 30, kept things casual in black denim shorts, a singlet and a striped shirt. 

Casually clad: Pat, 28, cut a laid-back figure in a black T-shirt and shorts, which he teamed with white sneakers and beige socks

Casually clad: Pat, 28, cut a laid-back figure in a black T-shirt and shorts, which he teamed with white sneakers and beige socks

Mum on the move! Becky, 30, kept things casual in black shorts, a singlet and a striped shirt

Mum on the move! Becky, 30, kept things casual in black shorts, a singlet and a striped shirt

New gig: Pat was last week confirmed as the new Australian men's Test cricket captain

Stepping in: He replaced Tim Paine after his sexting scandal rocked the sport

New gig: Pat was last week confirmed as the new Australian men’s Test cricket captain, replacing Tim Paine after his sexting scandal rocked the sport

She also wore long socks and sneakers, and swept her dark locks off her face.  

The couple got engaged in February last year, and welcomed Albie in October.

‘We love you so much my darling boy,’ Becky wrote on Instagram at the time, announcing their child’s arrival.

Family: The couple got engaged in February last year, and welcomed Albie in October

Family: The couple got engaged in February last year, and welcomed Albie in October 

Becky last week shared a tribute to Pat after he was announced as the new Test captain.

‘Congratulations on your captaincy my darling, I couldn’t be prouder of you,’ she wrote on Instagram. 

‘I’m sorry it’s a day late, I’m a bit time poor at the moment. We love you,’ she added. 

Proud: Becky last week shared a tribute to Pat after he was announced as the new Test captain

Proud: Becky last week shared a tribute to Pat after he was announced as the new Test captain

Pat replaced Tim Paine, 36, in the wake of his sexting scandal.  

Paine last week said he would be taking a leave of absence from all forms of cricket ‘for the foreseeable future’ after his indiscretion made headlines.

He was stood down as Test captain after confirming he sent sexual messages and a photo of his genitals to Cricket Tasmania staffer Renee Ferguson, 47, in 2017.

Teammates reportedly still wanted the veteran wicketkeeper to play the first Ashes Test at the Gabba against England beginning on December 8.

He instead withdrew from a domestic game and Cricket Tasmania confirmed he would miss Friday’s one-dayer versus Western Australia so he can take an indefinite break from the sport.

His manager James Henderson also confirmed he was ‘stepping away from cricket for an indefinite mental health break’.

His wife, Bonnie Paine, has vowed to stand by her husband.

Scandal: Paine last week said he would be taking a leave of absence from all forms of cricket 'for the foreseeable future' after his sexting scandal made headlines. Pictured with wife Bonnie

Scandal: Paine last week said he would be taking a leave of absence from all forms of cricket ‘for the foreseeable future’ after his sexting scandal made headlines. Pictured with wife Bonnie

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