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Are Warnie And Elizabeth Hurley Back On?

Is love back in the air for Warnie and Liz Hurley?

Rumours of a reconciliation between the former lovers are swirling after Hurley shared a photo on Instagram as she watched Shane Warne playing cricket in the US

In the post, Hurley wrote, “At Dodger Stadium with @alexandrapark1 watching @shanewarne23 play in the #allstars cricket game”.

After dating for three years, Hurley and Warne called it quits in November 2013 indicating it was a “very sad time for both of us”.

Shane Warne has been in the US since the start of this month for the Cricket All Stars competition

He and his band of cricketing all-stars will play the final game of their US tour in Los Angeles today, under the shadow of the Paris terror attacks.

The game, at the 56,000-seat Dodgers Stadium on Saturday, follows successful turnouts the past week in New York and Houston.

A combined 64,000 people have watched Warne and other elite cricketers including Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Curtly Ambrose and Ricky Ponting come out of retirement in the first two exhibition games.

The US tour is designed to globalise cricket and could continue in other cities around the globe.

The players had just finished a practice session and a clinic for junior cricketers at Dodgers Stadium on Friday when reports of the Paris attacks appeared on TV screens.

Photos on the Cricket All-Stars Twitter account showed concerned players watching the breaking news TV reports.

In other Warne-related news, the Sunday Age also reported the Shane Warne Foundation, created to help seriously ill and underprivileged Australian children, is being investigated by Consumer Affairs Victoria.

In a statement, Warne and the board said they were proud of their work donating to more than 125 children’s charities but were disappointed the foundation “has not been able to distribute as much money as it would have liked over the last two years”.

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