Left-arm pacer from New Zealand, Trent Boult, recently tied the knot with his long time girlfriend Gert Smith in a lavish ceremony at Kauri Bay Boomrock in Clevedon, south of Auckland. Trent Boult, who made his Test debut in 2011 against Australia and One Day International (ODI) debut in 2012 against West Indies, reportedly proposed to Gert Smith last year in June during their trip to Melbourne.
Boult recently shared this with his fans on Instagram. Boult posted a picture of himself with Gert, who is a teacher, and captioned it as: “The best day of my life and so much more. An absolutely amazing day celebrating with all our closest family & friends — Thanks to everyone who influenced the day and to the gorgeous Gert for making all my dreams come true. I love you.”
According to NZ Herald, the couple live in the Mount and have been together for about three years.
When your first kiss is so beautifully captured by @danellebohane, floral so exquisitely designed by @onmyhand – it’s a perfect eternal moment, froze in frame. A big congratulations to our gorgeous bride @gertie6, now Mrs. Boult and dashing @trrrent_ Gert wearing @heracouture Venetian lace silk tulle gown // Della Pieta // _ custom veil // Michela //
Congratulations to the newest Mr and Mrs Boult. It was such an honour to photograph the wedding of the absolutely wonderful Trent and Gert on Saturday. From the moment we met these two we were so excited that we got to spend a whole day with them, they are the most joy filled people and I loved watching them make the most out of every moment they had with their loved ones and also the stolen moments they got with just the two of them. H&MU by @fionaclarebeauty Florals and styling by @onmyhand
Earlier, in February 2017, Trent Boult became the fourth-most expensive player to be auctioned in the Indian Premier League after the bid by Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan-owned Kolkata Knight Riders was secured.
Soon after his auction, Trent Bould said that he was least concerned with the money. “I’m not going for the money. The experience of playing there in front of thousands of people is the most exciting part,” Boult said.
During the IPL 2017 auction, Boult also became the second-most expensive Black Caps player to feature in the cash-rich league after Brendon McCullum, who was bought by Gujarat Lions for Rs 7.5 crore in 2015.