Ben Stokes Wife Clare Ratcliffe : Age, Family, Bio

Ben Stokes Wife Clare Ratcliffe

Ben Stokes Wife Clare Ratcliffe was born in was born in Somerset. They were in a live-in relationship for a long time before their marriage.They got engaged in 2013, shortly after Arthur, Clare’s father, died.In their local Somerset paper at the time, Ben and Clare told everyone about their happy engagement.

Ben Stokes is an English international cricketer who captains the England Test squad and also plays in the ODI and T20I formats. In domestic cricket, he represents Durham and has competed in numerous Twenty20 leagues throughout the world.

Ben Stokes Wife Clare Ratcliffe Bio

Real NameClare Ratcliffe
Birthdate1990 – 1991
Age (2024)33 years
Place of BirthEast Brent, Somerset, United Kingdom
Marital Status Married
Spouse/PartnerBen Stokes
ChildrenSon- Layton Stokes
Daughter- Libby Stokes
Father NameName not Known
Mother NameJane Ratcliffe
BrotherChris Ratcliffe
SisterNot Known
ProfessionSinger, Songwriter and musician
Social ProfileClare Ratcliffe on Profile
Home Page Businessld

Clare Ratcliffe Married with Ben Stokes

Ben Stokes Wife Clare Ratcliffe Wedding

After being together for three years, Ben and Clare got married on October 14, 2017.
Most of the wedding took place at St. Mary the Virgin church in East Brent, which is near Weston-super-Mare in Somerset.A lot of Ben’s cricket friends were at the wedding. Stuart Broad, Jos Buttler, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, and Alastair Cook were all there.They were joined by Ian Bell and Paul Collingwood, two past great cricket players.

Clare Ratcliffe Physical Appearance

Height in centimeters- 170 cm , in feet inches- 5’ 7”
Weight in kilograms- 60 kg , in pounds- 132 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.) 34-28-38
Eye Colour Dark Brown
Hair Colour Brown

Clare Ratcliffe Children

Clare Ratcliffe Family

The couple have two children together Son- Layton Stokes and Daughter- Libby Stokes.

Who is Ben Stokes ?

Ben Stokes is an English international cricketer.Stokes was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, and moved to England as a child.He made his T20I debut in 2011, his Test debut in 2013, and has played for England’s One Day International (ODI) side since 2011, retiring from the format in July 2022.

He was a member of the England side that won the 2019 Cricket World Cup, making the most runs in England’s innings in the final before batting in the tied Super Over and being named Man of the Match.

He was named Wisden’s Leading Cricketer in the World in 2019, 2020, and 2023, as well as the ICC Award for Best Men’s Cricketer and the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award in 2019. He was named captain of England’s Test team in April 2022.He was a member of the England side that won the 2022 T20 World Cup, scoring the most runs in the final.