Chris Martin gave Shane Warne’s eldest daughter a VIP pass to Coldplay’s Wembley show | Celebrities

Chris Martin gave Shane Warne’s eldest daughter Brooke a VIP pass to hang out with Coldplay.

The Yellows hitmaker, 45, gave the late Australian cricket legend’s 25-year-old daughter a pass to go backstage and meet them after she saw them perform at London’s Wembley Stadium on Monday. (22.08.22)

Brooke is currently on holiday in England with boyfriend Alex Heath and posted a picture of herself hugging Chris alongside a gallery of pictures from the concert.

She captioned her snaps: “Two of the most incredible nights with very special people. Thank you, Chris, for all the happiness you bring to everyone around you.”

Elizabeth Hurley’s son Damian, whose mother dated cricketer Brooke’s father from 2010 to 2013, responded with five love emojis, while her mother Simone replied with the word “love” followed by some expressive emojis.

It comes after Chris Martin performed a poignant version of Coldplay’s ‘Yellow’ at Shane’s memorial service in March after he died of natural causes while on holiday with friends on the Thai island of Koh Samui on March 4.

Shane said last year that Chris reached out to him when he was having a “block in writing music” and the pair have been close friends since meeting in a hotel lift in 2001.

Chris also appeared in Shane, a documentary he released in January about the life of the sports legend.

Meanwhile, Australia’s Channel Nine previously announced plans for a new show exploring his dramas both on and off the pitch, with his former manager James Erkstein slamming the plans.

He said: “He’s only been dead for a couple of months and if they turned it around and thought of doing something sensational, they should be ashamed of themselves.”


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