RUGBY star Danny Cipriani is set for a cash bonanza of almost £120,000 after closing down a long-running company, days after marrying his “best friend.”
The hunk has put his company Cipriani Consulting Limited into a voluntary liquidation and is due to receive a windfall which could pay for a lavish honeymoon.
Danny Cipriani is starting married life with a £120,000 windfall after shutting down his company.[/caption]
Accounts reveal Danny’s company, set up in 2015, is estimated to have a surplus of £116,127 after settling up all outstanding bills.
The former England fly-half is now expected to be able to keep the sum.
Danny has put Cipriani Consulting Limited, which he established in 2015, into voluntary liquidation.[/caption]
He announced his surprise lockdown wedding to Victoria O’Callaghan on Tuesday, writing on Instagram: “Officially Mrs Cipriani @victoriarosecipriani – married my best friend today!!”
Danny shared sweet snaps of him and his new wife being showered with confetti after the service.
Danny announced his marriage to “best friend” Victoria, who he proposed to in August after just four months of dating, earlier this week.[/caption]
Another saw Victoria kissing him on the cheek while showing off her wedding ring.
Jack Whitehall, Joe Wicks and Thom Evans were among those who congratulated him.
Danny found fame and fortune on the rugby pitch and currently plays for Bath.[/caption]
Danny revealed their engagement after just four months of dating last August and called her “the one”.
The 33-year-old, who currently plays for Bath, fell head over heels for the mental health campaigner last summer.
He has previously enjoyed a string of high profile romances although this is his first marriage.
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Danny struck up a romance with Katie Price in 2011 but when she found out he’d cheated she revealed all about their short-lived relationship in her autobiography.
The hot couple dated from 2008 to 2010, but he got dumped after giving a Las Vegas stripper his phone number.