Candice Warner and her cricket star husband David Warner have welcomed a beautiful baby girl.
The Aussie couple announced the happy news on Instagram today with a gorgeous photo reveal of their adorable new addition, who joins her older sisters Ivy Mae and Indi Rae.
Proud mum Candice took to Instagram to announce the happy news with a picture of the new family of five.
"Welcome to the world our gorgeous Isla Rose Warner. Born June 30th at 10:30pm. Our little family is now complete. Ivy and Indi are so proud of their sister. @davidwarner31 Your support was and is amazing. Isla we love you. #blessed," she captioned the sweet photo.
New dad David was also quick to share on social media.
"We welcomed our newest family member Isla Rose Warner at 10:30pm late last night. @candywarner1 was absolutely amazing. Mum and Bub doing very well and her big sisters are over the moon. #prouddad," he captioned this wonderful photo of Candice and their three daughters.
The Warner family are currently in London, where David is playing cricket for Australia against hot rivals New Zealand.
It was expected that he would open the batting at Lord's on Saturday and then head to the hospital with his wife, who would be induced.
"Hopefully I will get through the game and then wait, wait for the baby to come out," he told reporters on Thursday.
The 32-year-old said that while these might not have been the ideal conditions for his family to welcome a new baby into the world, cricket comes first.
"I just love being a father. I've got a great, supportive wife, a great family base at home as well. We've got great support around us, the guys here have been fantastic, they've really got around me at this important time for my family," he said.
"But my wife, as selfless as she is, cricket is a priority and winning games for Australia and that's what we're trying to do."
Last week, Warner also revealed that his wife had suffered not one, but two miscarriages, after her husband was banned by Cricket Australia for 12 months following his exposure as the mastermind behind the ball-tampering incident in March 2018 in South Africa.
"It was unfortunate we had two miscarriages during that time and we would have had one [baby] before this but that's just what happens. I'm looking forward to, obviously, the baby coming out and then still concentrating on cricket. That's my first priority once that's done," he said.
When asked if the miscarriage had given him a different perspective, he replied: "Yeah, definitely. The stats are there - one in four I think it is - so we're just grateful to have two healthy little girls at the moment and, hopefully, that third one on Sunday so I'm really anticipating it."
Candice had previously revealed to The Australian Women's Weekly that she experienced a miscarriage soon after her husband fronted the world's media to confess his part in the controversial ball-tampering incident.
"A week after the press conference, I woke up feeling pretty ordinary. I called Dave to the bathroom and told him I was bleeding. We knew I was miscarrying and we held one another and cried," Candice said.
"The miscarriage was a tragic consequence, a heartbreaking end to a horror tour. Like so many families who've experienced a miscarriage, it's just really sad. The entire ordeal from the public humiliations to the ball tampering, it had taken its toll and, from that moment, we decided that no sport, nothing will ever impact our lives like that again.
"At the time, I felt like I'd let us down – that my body had let us down – but I've come a long way since then. I'm a very spiritual person and I truly believe it wasn't their time to be with us. Despite our terrible loss, I do know without any doubt that my calling in life is to be a mum."
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In January, Candice revealed her baby's gender.
"Yes, we have found out, it's a girl," the 33-year-old said, adding that she and David were "really excited".
At the time, the new-mother-to-be said she has had a pretty smooth pregnancy.
"Like with my last two pregnancies I haven't had any morning sickness, it's all going really well and the girls are really excited," Candice explained.
"They just don't understand why it's taking so long and they keep asking me when the baby is coming."
Candice's husband David Warner also can't wait to welcome another girl into the clan.
"Dave is thrilled, he can't wait. You know what, he's a fantastic cricketer but I always say he's an even better father. He is so hands on and the girls just love him," she said.