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England cricketer Ollie Robinson ‘splits from fiancee and mother of his child and moves on with influencer Mia Baker’

England cricketer Ollie Robinson ‘splits from fiancee and mother of his child and moves on with influencer Mia Baker’

England cricketer Ollie Robinson made headlines on Friday after splitting with fiance Laura Rose Pullen three months before their wedding.

Robinson and Laura have both deleted all of their together photos from their separate social media accounts.

The couple, who have a 2-month-old child, were set to marry in October, and the invitations were all sent out ahead of time, but Ollie made a shocking decision.

According to the Daily Mail, Lauren is devastated by Robinson's behaviour, and the latter is currently seeing a social media star named Mia Baker.

England cricketer Ollie Robinson ‘splits from fiancee and mother of his child and moves on with influencer Mia Baker’
mia baker

According to the article, the 29-year-old cricketer has liked multiple photos of Mia Baker.

"One minute she was about to marry the man she loves and spend the rest of her life with him, and the next he leaves her and she discovers he's seeing someone else," according to the story.

"Despite the pain he's caused, he's not afraid to like and comment on Mia's Instagram posts," the statement continued.

"We were invited to the wedding, but we were told in late July that it had been cancelled and that Ollie had been seen with Mia by some of the England team." It went on to say.

England cricketer Ollie Robinson ‘splits from fiancee and mother of his child and moves on with influencer Mia Baker’
Ollie with fiance Laura Rose Pullen

Baker has over 1.7 lakh Instagram followers. According to her bio, she is a TV host, a YouTuber, a podcast host, and a children's author. At the same time, she is an avid golfer.

Robinson was a member of England's Ashes squad in 2023, and the 6'5" spinner has 76 wickets in 19 Tests and nearly 400 wickets in first-class cricket in less than 90 matches.

With Stuart Broad retiring from the longest format of the game, the 29-year-old has emerged as one of the leading prospects to take his position in the England team.