The new queen bee WAG! Nathan Lyon’s new wife Emma McCarthy ensures all eyes are on her at the Australian Cricket Awards as she shows off her cleavage in a sexy gown
She tied the knot with cricket star Nathan Lyon during an intimate wedding ceremony last year.
And Emma McCarthy appears to be well on her way to cementing her status as one of queen bees of the WAGs.
The 31-year-old real estate agent slipped into a stunning low-cut sparkling white gown to attended the annual Australian Cricket Awards on Monday evening.
Nathan Lyon’s new wife Emma McCarthy slipped into a revealing gown as she attended the annual Australian Cricket Awards on Monday evening in Sydney
The blonde bombshell shared photos of the couple posing up in their black tie outfits at home just moments before stepping onto the red carpet at the event, held at Randwick racecourse.
Emma looked phenomenal in an off-the-shoulder corseted dress by Pallas Couture, which flaunted her ample cleavage.
The sparkly frock also featured a high-split at the side to showed off her toned legs.
The blonde bombshell shared photos of the couple posing up in their black tie outfits just moments before stepping onto the red carpet
She teamed the gown with strappy diamante heels and a diamond necklace and matching bracelet.
Emma married cricketer Nathan in a romantic ceremony in July.
They were rumoured to have got engaged in early 2021, after she was spotted wearing a diamond ring on her wedding finger.
Nathan debuted his relationship with the glamorous blonde in 2017, shortly after his messy split from ex-partner Mel Waring rocked the cricket community.
Their romance began in scandalous circumstances, as they had been caught kissing in Perth in late 2017 while the batsman was still with Mel.
The former couple share two daughters together.
Mel detailed their heartbreaking split in a blog post in March 2018.
The then-single mother said her pain was ‘real and deep’ and recounted nights when she would lie in bed with her children and cry.
‘I didn’t ask for this, this wasn’t the way my life was supposed to be. He was my forever, he was my whole world,’ she wrote.
‘Until the very end I was 100 per cent devoted to our life and I loved every part of him and our world. This was like a bomb, it went off from behind.’
‘I had to deal with [it] in a very public, humiliating and confronting way. A part of me died.’