For doting father David Warner, the highlight of winning the cricketing World Cup was sharing the victory with his two favourite girls, fiancée Candice Falzon and their baby Ivy Mae.
The 28-year-old cricketer couldn’t hide his delight over the historic win and sharing the happy time with his loved ones, which only amplified the momentous occasion for the Aussie sporting star.
David was met in the changing rooms by his adorable six-month-old baby, who was completely in-tune with the situation. The tiny bub couldn’t wipe the smile of her face, which of course was matching her dad’s!
David took to Instagram to share how truly happy he was with the support he received from his loved ones.
“Wow what a feeling this is!! Dream come true winning the World Cup and to do it and enjoy it with my two girls is an amazing feeling. Love you both lots and I can't thank @candyfalzon enough for all her support.”
Future wife, Candice Falzon looked every bit the glamazon sporting her green and gold Australian jersey, teamed up with a healthy tan and soft, pretty waves.
Little Ivy Mae stole the show as she wore a matching jersey, like her mum, topped with the cutest white bow.
Not only was the winning day a big moment for David Warner, but it was shared with team captain, Michael Clarke, who has bowed out of one-day cricket.
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