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Happy families! Elizabeth Hurley and son Damian join Shane Warne's children to watch cricketer in action

By Sarah Bull

Happy families: Elizabeth Hurley holds on to son Damian (second from left) and fiancé Shane Warne's daughter Brooke (second from right), along with his youngest daughter Summer and son Jackson today

It can sometimes be difficult for children of divorced couples when their parents start dating other people.

But it appeared to be very much a case of happy families today as Elizabeth Hurley and her son Damian were joined by her fiancé Shane Warne's children Brooke, Summer and Jackson to watch the sportsman in action in the match between Melbourne Stars and Sydney Thunder in Melbourne, Australia.

The 46-year-old model held on to the hands of nine-year-old Damian and Shane's 13-year-old daughter Brooke, while 11-year-old Jackson and nine-year-old Summer completed the clan.

Having a giggle: The children appeared to be in fine spirits as they made their way on to the field to watch Hurley complete the pre-match coin toss

Hurley looked stunning in a blue peacock-patterned cut out dress as she completed the pre-match coin toss before Warne took to the field to play his return match for the Melbourne Stars at the world-famous Melbourne Cricket Ground.

After the toss, Hurley tweeted: 'In a very swanky box at the MCG. Coin tossed. Our side lost but wanted to bat first anyway. Phew.'

And after his fiancée did her cricket wife duty, Warne told Fox Sports: 'It was great for the kids and great for Elizabeth to toss the coin and experience her first time at the MCG.'

Catching up: Brooke keeps an eye on proceedings as her father chats to his fiancée before the match

Puckering up: The pair managed to sneak in a kiss before the match began

But Hurley's presence at the match wasn't enough to help the sportsman find victory with his team, with Sydney Thunder eventually winning the game.

Following the Melbourne Stars' loss, Hurley took to her Twitter page to express her disappointment, keeping it simple by just tweeting the word: 'Sob!'

Warne added: 'Didn't go to plan for us tonight but hey it's only the first game We will bounce back - well played David Warner Looking forward to Brisbane.'

Tension: While Hurley seemed to be enjoying the tension of the match, the children looked less than excited

In action: But Hurley's presence wasn't enough to help Warne and his team win the game

Divorced father-of-three Warne popped the question to the model at St Andrews in October after a whirlwind 10-month romance.

Their plans to wed come just four months after she divorced first husband Arun Nayar after four years of marriage.



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