England Women’s cricketer Sarah Taylor goes bold yet again for a new photoshoot

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England Women’s cricketer Sarah Taylor goes bold yet again for a new photoshoot

England woman cricketer Sarah Taylor is well-known for her crafty batting and exceptional wicket-keeping skills. Her lightning-fast stumpings are a treat to watch. But she is in the news over the last few days for posting her naked pictures on Instagram. Sarah, in the past, has struggled with anxiety issues and to address the same she joined hands with UK Women’s Health Magazine.

She posted her picture last week and also let her followers know about the new experience. Sarah had also admitted that she was earlier not comfortable to pose naked. But then the English international advised all the women in the world to be proud of their bodies. She also thanked Women’s Health UK for getting her involved in a social cause.

The 30-year-old was praised by many for taking such a bold step and hoped that she has recovered with her anxiety issues.

Recently, she pulled herself out of Women’s Ashes T20Is at the last moment due to health problems. But now she has returned on the field sizzling with the bat and behind the stumps in the ongoing Kia Super League.

Sarah, on Saturday, posted her another naked photo and this time she was holding the bat in her hand. No wonder that even this picture was related to her association with UK Women’s Health Magazine, and she duly tagged them as well.

She captioned the picture and wrote:

“Waiting to go into bat like …
#womenshealthmag #portrait.”

Sarah has been battling depression and anxiety problems since 2013, and the London-born cricketer has been quite open about it to create awareness on mental health issues.

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