David Warner, the swashbuckling Australian batsman, is known to be a family man and spends a lot of time with his beautiful wife Candice and three daughters. Throughout the lockdown, he was seen posting pictures and videos with them on social media.
Both of them tied the knot in 2015 and since then they have had a good time with each other giving couple goals to every other person. They go along a lot well with each other and are often seen expressing their love on photo and video sharing app Instagram as well.
Candice recently appeared in KIIS FM Kyle and Jackie O Show where she was questioned about her physical relationship with husband David.
‘He goes good’: Candice
The host categorically wanted to know if cricketers, like football players, refrain from getting physical before match days.
“Do they do the same things as footballers do, abstain from any hanky panky before the game? Or is cricket different?” Kyle asked.
In reply, Candice quipped that it is up to the individual what he wants to do. Moreover, she also revealed that her husband David goes well in that aspect.
“It’s individual, it’s what you want to do. He goes good,” she said according to UK website Daily Mail.
When asked if David is ready to have s*x until the game day, Candice said, “Whatever he wants.”
Mrs Warner also stated it is all about ‘give and take’ in a relationship to get along well. After hearing this response, Kyle praised her and said, “I love that, what a good woman. that’s why couples get on well, you look after each other.”
David and Candice are proud parents of three kids
The couple are proud parents of three children – Ivy (six years old), Indi (four years old), and Isla, (15 months old). Candice is currently a part of the gruelling military-style show ‘SAS Australia’ while her husband David will soon be returning to Australia after captaining the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020.
However, the southpaw won’t be able to meet his family it seems with ODI series against India commencing on November 27 and the 14-day quarantine protocol.