Cricketer David Warner bids an emotional farewell to wife Candice and their daughters


Cricketer David Warner bids an emotional farewell to wife Candice and their daughters as he heads back to work


Cricket season is about to begin. 

And on Thursday, Aussie sports star David Warner bid an emotional farewell to his family as he prepares to play the game over the next few months. 

David, 34, shared a series of sweet family pictures from their time in lockdown together in Sydney in recent months and said how much he will miss them all. 

Saying goodbye: Cricketer David Warner bid an emotional farewell to wife Candice and their daughters this week as he headed back to work

He also shared a special tribute to former Ironwoman star wife Candice, 36, saying he’s ‘blessed to have her by his side’.

‘I’m going to miss you all soo much. It’s been such a great time at home with the family, and now it’s back to work,’ David captioned his Instagram post this week. 

‘I must admit homeschooling was not my greatest strength but being a dad, and I was pretty good. High marks for mum for being extremely patient with us all, and I don’t know how you do it.’

So sweet: He also shared a special tribute to former Ironwoman star wife Candice, 36, saying he's 'blessed to have her by his side'

So sweet: He also shared a special tribute to former Ironwoman star wife Candice, 36, saying he’s ‘blessed to have her by his side’

He finished: ‘You make me smile everyday. Blessed to have you by my side.’

In one image, he and Candice can be seen cosying up for a selfie, and can also be seen posing with their eldest daughters Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, four.

He also shared some sweet pictures of their youngest, Isla Rose, two. 

Candice also penned a sweet tribute to her man this week, writing: ‘It’s off to work he goes. Bye for now daddy. We love you and are always so proud. We can’t wait to watch you play cricket again and to cheer you on.’

Candice also penned a sweet tribute to her man this week, writing: 'It's off to work he goes. Bye for now daddy. We love you and are always so proud. We can't wait to watch you play cricket again and to cheer you on'

Candice also penned a sweet tribute to her man this week, writing: ‘It’s off to work he goes. Bye for now daddy. We love you and are always so proud. We can’t wait to watch you play cricket again and to cheer you on’

The Ashes is set to kick off later this year for David and the Australian team, with it due to begin in December. 

In May, David reunited with his family after completing hotel quarantine after returning home from covid-ravaged India via the Maldives.  

The pair married in April 2015 on the NSW South Coast at the Terrara House Estate. 

Life on the road: In May, David reunited with his family after completing hotel quarantine after returning home from covid-ravaged India via the Maldives

Life on the road: In May, David reunited with his family after completing hotel quarantine after returning home from covid-ravaged India via the Maldives

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