The former I'm A Celeb star continued, "Which means no more school fees, drop offs, pick ups and fighting for a car park, parent teacher nights, sports all over melb x 3 on weekends, school plays, events, making lunches, sports gear, blazer and being a taxi – oh and an ATM,” he joked.
While his remarks were lighthearted, the occasion was clearly bittersweet for the former cricket captain who added: “sort of sad too as they were fun times & will be great memories for all of us.”
The ex-cricketer ended on an emotional note, praising all three of his children.
“So proud of the young awesome adults you’ve become @brookewarne @jacksonwarne18 @summerwarne!! Love dad."
Shane shares his three kids with his ex-wife Simone, and the cricket legend has always made it clear that they are at the heart of every decision he makes.
Back in 2018, Shane spoke to The 7:30 Report about how he regrets the effect his scandalous past has had on his children.
“It’s pretty hard to relive some things when you’ve let down your children and your family, embarrassed them at times,” the 52-year-old admitted.
“To hurt my children who are the most important thing in my life was really tough. The effect I had on my family, on my children. The effect I had on my children was I let them down. And I have to live with that for the rest of my life.”
However, it is clear that Shane’s kids don’t share his opinion when it comes to letting them down, particularly not the cricket legend's middle child, Jackson Warne, who competed in Channel Seven’s inaugural season of SAS Australia.
From the beginning of the show, the poker player admitted his father’s opinion was at the heart of all his decisions, confessing, “I want him to be really proud of me".
It's clearly a Mutual Admiration Society when it comes to father and kids.