Australia opener David Warner shared a social media post in which he can be seen cherishing ‘no kids night’ with his wife Candice.
David Warner with wife Candice (Instagram Image)
- David Warner has been very active on social media during the coronavirus lockdown phase
- Warner has kept his Indian fans entertained with his TikTok videos
- Australian cricketers have resumed their outdoor training
Australia’s destructive opener David Warner in his latest social media post has revealed his excitement of having a ‘kids free night’ with wife Candice. In the picture he can been smiling adorably with ‘his love’ Candice Warner.
Notably, Australia in its latest lockdown rules has allowed some relaxations. New South Wales, where David Warner lives, has allowed five people from different households to visit. There is no limit to the number of guests one can have in a day, as long as there are no more than five at a time. Moreover, guests can stay overnight.
Seems like Warner’s three little beautiful daughters have gone to one of his relatives and left their dad to spend a quality time with mother Candice.
“Kids free night woohoo #wife #mylove @candywarner1,” Warner captioned the picture.
The Sunrisers Hyderabad captain has spent a lot of his time making TikTok videos in the lockdown. The Warner family has received accolades from millions as they have consistently moved their feet on blockbuster Bollywood and Tollywoood numbers.
From copying the dance moves of Akshay Kumar and Prabhudeva to enacting the dialogues of Prabhas hit ‘Baahubali’, Warner left no stones unturned to woe his fans. Warner’s wife Candice and his daughters made sure that he is never alone in his sometimes funny and sometimes beautiful videos.
David Warner in fact, invited India captain Virat Kohli also on TikTok after the latter commented on one of his videos. People made fun of him on some occasions but Warner then shut them off by calling his family “jokers”.
Recently, top Australian cricketers including David Warner, Steve Smith and Mitchell returned to outdoor training and are gearing up for their upcoming fixtures.
India is scheduled to tour Australia for a 4-match Test series beginning from December 3.