Candice Warner reveals daughter was left devastated while father David Warner was stuck in India 


‘She would ring him crying’: Candice Warner reveals her five-year-old daughter with husband David was left devastated while the cricketer was stranded in Covid-ravaged India


Candice Warner has revealed that her children struggled while her husband David Warner was stuck overseas earlier this year. 

David, 34, arrived back in Australia in May, after he and a group of Australian cricketers were left stranded in Covid-ravaged India

The WAG, 36, says the couple’s daughter Indi, five, had the hardest time with being away from her father.   

Family: Candice Warner has revealed that her children struggled while her husband David Warner was stuck overseas earlier this year. Candice and David are pictured with daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one, in this week’s Stellar Magazine

‘We knew that Dave was in a safe environment, but having young kids, you sort of think that they’re going to be oblivious,’ Candice told Stellar this week. 

‘But it was the first time that they really took notice of things. Especially Indi. It affected her quite badly not having her dad around. 

‘And as a mother, you’re always trying to protect your family and trying to just live as normal a life back home as possible.’

Hard: David, 34, arrived back in Australia in May, after he and a group of Australian cricketers were left stranded in Covid-ravaged India. The WAG, 36, says the couple's daughter Indi, five, had the hardest time with being away from her father

Hard: David, 34, arrived back in Australia in May, after he and a group of Australian cricketers were left stranded in Covid-ravaged India. The WAG, 36, says the couple’s daughter Indi, five, had the hardest time with being away from her father

Sad: 'It was the first time that they really took notice of things. Especially Indi. It affected her quite badly not having her dad around,' Candice said. David added: 'Indi would ring me crying. It hurt me, because you don't want to see your daughter cry'

 Sad: ‘It was the first time that they really took notice of things. Especially Indi. It affected her quite badly not having her dad around,’ Candice said. David added: ‘Indi would ring me crying. It hurt me, because you don’t want to see your daughter cry’

David added: ‘Indi would ring me crying. It hurt me, because you don’t want to see your daughter cry.’ 

Candice and David, who married in 2015, are parents to daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one.   

The athlete arrived back in Australia in May, after he and a group of Australian cricketers were left stranded in India.

Home: The athlete arrived back in Australia in May, after he and a group of Australian cricketers were left stranded in India

Home: The athlete arrived back in Australia in May, after he and a group of Australian cricketers were left stranded in India

Overseas: The cricketers touched down on a private jet at around 7.30am on Monday, May 17, after fleeing the COVID ravaged country for the Maldives

Overseas: The cricketers touched down on a private jet at around 7.30am on Monday, May 17, after fleeing the COVID ravaged country for the Maldives

The cricketers touched down on a private jet at around 7.30am on Monday, May 17, after fleeing the COVID ravaged country for the Maldives.  

The Daily Telegraph reported last month that the pair sold their temporary home in Maroubra for $4.2 million, ahead of moving into their dream mansion, which has been under renovation, nearby. 

The A-list couple bought the house, also located in Maroubra, for $2.33million in late 2016, and have resided their while renovations were underway at the bigger home. 

Read more: In this week's issue of Stellar with the Warners on the cover

Read more: In this week’s issue of Stellar with the Warners on the cover

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