As it turns out, Kohli had advised Wyatt against posting such stuff on Twitter as he believed the social media platform users were taking "things seriously".
Wyatt also recalled the reaction of fans after she proposed to Kohli on Twitter. Kohli had gifted her a bat during their last meeting and Wyatt describes it as "a beast".
Wyatt will be using Indian men's team captain Virat Kohli's bat during the tri-series.
"Ten minutes later [after the tweet], I picked my phone up and I've got 1000s of favourites and retweets, it's all over Indian news, they're emailing my dad at home". She talks about how the tweet gained her fame and followers.
Wyatt, who scored a 57-ball 100 against Australia a year ago to become first T20I woman centurion for England, calls Kohli's gift "a beast" and has high hopes.
Wyatt meanwhile, will feature in the T20 tri-series in India from March 22.
"When we met, he (father) said: 'You can't do things like that on Twitter!"
Bunde has said that skipper Virat Kohli will set a new benchmark in 2018, striking the biggest endorsement deal in Indian sports and global cricket, apart from breaking a plethora of records. A lot is expected of her, given her recent performances in the shortest format of the game. Earlier that year Kohli had smashed 72 in WT20I against South Africa. Her innings included 19 fours and a six.
Wyatt might also be seen supporting Kohli and RCB from the stands during the upcoming season of the cash-rich league. A prompt reply to this came from Wyatt, who said she will try and make it to one of the games.