Ben Stokes will play no further part in England's Test series against Pakistan for family reasons.
Stokes has featured in all four Tests played on home soil so far this year, captaining the team in Joe Root's absence for the opener against West Indies in July.
However, the 29-year-old – who has been struggling with an injury which restricted him to just four overs of bowling in the victory over Pakistan in Manchester – will not be available for the next two matches, both to be played at the Rose Bowl.
The all-rounder will instead be heading to New Zealand to spend time with his family, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced in a statement on a Sunday.
In December, Stokes' father, Ged, fell ill while attending England's tour of South Africa.
While his father recovered in hospital after undergoing three operations, Stokes continued to play on for England, helping clinch a 3-1 series triumph over the Proteas.
However, England - who went 1-0 up against Pakistan on Saturday - will now be without their vice-captain in Southampton.
Jos Buttler and Chris Woakes were the heroes as the hosts chased down a target of 277 to secure a three-wicket triumph at Old Trafford.