The goal of this paper is text-independent speaker verification where utterances come from `in the wild' videos and may contain irrelevant signal. While speaker verification is naturally a pair-wise problem, existing methods to produce the speaker embeddings are instance-wise. In this paper, we propose Cross Attentive Pooling (CAP) that utilizes the context information across the reference-query pair to generate utterance-level embeddings that contain the most discriminative information for the pair-wise matching problem. Experiments are performed on the VoxCeleb dataset in which our method outperforms comparable pooling strategies.