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Liz Hurley ignores Shane Warne’s ex-wife's comments

Despite being forbidden by fiance Shane Warne’s ex wife Simone Callahan to play mum to her children, Elizabeth Hurley stepped out with the cricketer’s daughter for a football match.

entertainment Updated: May 16, 2012 15:58 IST

Despite being forbidden by fiance Shane Warne’s ex wife Simone Callahan to play mum to her children, Elizabeth Hurley stepped out with the cricketer’s daughter for a football match.

The actor was photographed with her betrothed and his youngest girl Summer, and her son Damian, both 10.

They were attending an Aussie Rules match between St Kilda and Carlton AFL at the Eithad Stadium in Melbourne and looked very comfortable in each other’s company, the Daily Mail reported.

Dressed in the team’s colours of red and black, the four of them chatted away and held hands as they watched the match from the sidelines.

Warne’s ex-wife Callahan had earlier revealed that she felt uncomfortable seeing the Bedazzled star spend time with her children, especially as they have started calling her Mummy.

Speaking to Australia’s Women’s Day magazine, she responded to comments made this month by the actress that the children called her Mummy Two.

She admitted she still found it painful to see Hurley with her three children by Warne, daughters Brooke, 14, and Summer, and 12-year-old son Jackson.

“I can’t control what people say, but it’s just disrespectful as far as I’m concerned,” Callahan said.

“She is not their mum. And the kids know exactly what the situation is,” she added.

Callahan, 42, was snapped with Hurley, 46 - the first time they had met in 18 months - and Warne, 42, chatting away as they watched Jackson take part in a sports day at his school last month.

But Callahan, who married Shane in 1995, admitted to the magazine that it was very awkward when the couple arrived at the school and said: “Shane and Liz turned up – along with a swag of photographers – but we didn’t speak at the assembly.”