Shane Warne in ICC Hall of Fame
Australia great Shane Warne was inducted to the International Cricket Council's Hall of Fame at Lord's on Friday, accompanied by fiancee Liz Hurley and his parents.
Warne, 43, is the second highest Test wicket-taker of all time with 708 in 145 Tests, as well as 293 more in 194 one-day internationals 12ax7.
He was inducted during tea at the second Ashes Test between England and Australia, where he is working as a television commentator.
He is the 71st inductee to the hall of fame and the fourth of the 2012-13 season, joining long-time team-mate Glenn McGrath, Brian Lara and Enid Bakewell.
His ceremony was watched by the current Australia team, who kept an eye on proceedings from the balcony personalized clothing labels.
Commenting when his Lord's date was announced last week, Warne said: "I'm very honoured and proud to be announced as an inductee into the ICC Hall of Fame later this month and I'd like to thank the voting academy very much for even considering me.
"I'm looking forward to celebrating my induction with my friends and family in front of the crowd at Lord's during the second Ashes Test Office chair."
British actress Hurley tweeted Friday: "At Lord's - loving it in the ICC box with @warne888's parents."