Candice Warner puts on a brave face as she steps out with her daughter in Sydney while her husband David is stranded in coronavirus hotspot India
And on Wednesday, Candice Warner put on a brave face as she stepped out in Sydney with one of her young daughters.
The SAS Australia star, 36, looked cool and casual in an AC/DC T-shirt, black shorts and white sneakers.
Strong: Candice Warner put on a brave face as she stepped out in Sydney with one of her young daughters while her husband David remains stranded in coronavirus-plagued India
The blonde kept a low profile in a pair of dark sunglasses as she strolled across the street with her daughter in tow.
Candice and David are parents to daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one.
As many as 9,000 Australians – including the country’s top cricket players – have been stranded in India by the government’s ban on flights from the Covid-ravaged nation until May 15.
Style: The SAS Australia star, 36, looked cool and casual in an AC/DC T-shirt, black shorts and white sneakers
Prime Minster Scott Morrison suspended all direct commercial flights and chartered repatriation flights on Tuesday afternoon as India suffers a huge surge in cases and deaths.
Seventeen Australian cricket stars including test players David Warner, Steve Smith and Pat Cummins are among the stranded.
In late March, David, Candice, and their three daughters enjoyed a farewell dinner in Sydney before he flew overseas.
Mama bear! The ironwoman held the youngster in her arms as she stood on the footpath
‘Dinner with my gorgeous girls before I leave and unfortunately Isla could not stay awake,’ David wrote.
In a post-match interview in January last year, David said he was almost certain his family is now complete.
‘I think we will speak to our wives first. I’ve got three kids – I hope that’s the last one,’ he confessed.
In an interview with Woman’s Day magazine in July 2019, Candice spoke about her ‘terrifying’ ordeal while giving birth to Isla in London in June that same year.
Holding down the fort! Candace’s husband David is currently stranded overseas in coronavirus plagued India
Stroll: The blonde beauty kept a low profile in a pair of dark sunglasses as she strolled across the street with her daughter in tow
‘Everything was going to clockwork – until I knew something was very wrong. She didn’t like the drugs they needed to give me to bring on the contractions – it was terrifying,’ she recounted.
‘Each time I was contracting, her heart rate would drop dramatically. Dave did not leave my side.
‘For the final eight hours of a 12-hour long labour, the drip was on its absolute lowest level of the hormones. She just kept fighting – she’s definitely got the Warner gritty determination!’
Isla’s dramatic arrival came after the couple suffered two miscarriages in the year before her birth.
Night out: David Warner enjoyed one last dinner date in Sydney’s Double Bay with his family before embarking on a trip to India. Pictured with his daughters, Ivy and Indi