Mayanti Langer is amongst the top cricket journalist in India also she is a fan favorite on social media. The famous cricket journalists have been part of several big cricket tournaments conducted by the International cricket council ( ICC ). Meanwhile once interviewing her now-husband Stuart Binny she asked him about his future marriage plans. This interview of Stuart Binny was taken by Mayanti Langer back in 2008 during Indian Cricket League (ICL).
Meanwhile, Mayanti Langer had a quick chat with Indian all-rounder Stuart Binny, she asked him about the game and went on to ask questions about his personal life. During that time binny was representing Hyderabad Heroes in the Indian Cricket League (ICL) 2008. After asking questions about the game Langer went to ask Binny about his marriage plans. Mayanti Langer asserted
“I don’t know if I’m supposed to say this or not but I hear wedding bells are around the corner is that right,”
Stuart Binny instantly responded “Not really,” which led Mayanti to come up with a ‘Don’t Blush.’ reply. Meanwhile, the interview took place in 2008, and Binny and Mayanti got married four years later in 2012.
Meanwhile, Stuart Binny represented team Hyderabad in Indian Cricket League ( ICL ) for the two seasons before the tournament suddenly ended. However, later reports came that all-rounder has joined the Mumbai Indians (MI) franchise in the Indian Premier League 2010.
Mayanti Langer and Stuart Binny blessed with a child
The star cricket journalist was not part of the Indian Premier League ( IPL ) 2020 journalism team in the UAE. Many fans thought her contract with Star Sports India has expired however all these rumors were shut down by Mayanti herself. Langer revealed that she and Binny have been blessed with a baby boy. Also, Mayanti said she wants to have some quality time with family for some time.
Talking about Stuart Binny he didn’t have a great run with the Indian cricket team. He only represented India in 6 Tests, 14 One Day Internationals, and 3 T20 Internationals. However recently the all-rounder completed 100 List-A games and was appreciated by Mayanti for the same reason.